Theranos’ announcement comes in the midst of the company’s appeal of severe sanctions imposed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
By Claudia Escobar and Chloe Veltman, KQED
When J’Nai Bridges’ pro sports ambitions suddenly fell apart, she started focusing intently on developing her voice. Now, at the age of 29, the American mezzo-soprano is performing major roles for some of the world’s most renowned opera companies.
By Gabriela Quirós, KQED Science
It all started with an animal behaviorist who was intrigued by the emotional world of squirrels.
By Joshua Cassidy and Carrie Boyle, KQED SCIENCE
Every summer, just beyond the crashing surf, hundreds of millions of tiny sea urchin larvae prepare for one of the most dramatic transformations in the animal kingdom.
By Elliott Kennerson, KQED Science
Current medical adhesives work well outside the body, but the challenge is making adhesives for the human body's watery internal environment. Enter the caddisfly.
By Andrew Stelzer, KQED
Counter Culture Labs has about 35 dues-paying members and dozens of volunteers. Aside from the insulin project, the DIY scientists are trying to make vegan cheese.
By Lisa Marie Potter and Joshua Cassidy, KQED
Only bees that buzz in just the right way can release tiny grains of pollen from a flower.
By Kelly Whalen
The challenge: bring together some of the Bay Area’s top turf dancers alongside the region’s rising ballet talent in a single dance project.
By Joshua Barajas
Federal investigators opened a probe into the fatal police shooting of Mario Woods, a black man, in San Francisco, the Justice Department announced Monday.
Her music is rooted in her own coming-of-age story as an undocumented immigrant in America.
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