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How to Get Hired in San Diego

Three bigwigs share their advice
January 21, 2020

Dinner Party Fodder: UCSD Research on Honeybees

How researchers are reversing honeybee population decline
January 21, 2020

8 San Diego Brands Explain How They Made It to the Top

Entrepreneurs and company rock stars divulge their secrets for success
January 13, 2020

What Will San Diego Look like in 2069?

The City of San Diego is 250! Instead of looking back, we asked experts to predict how our city will look in 50 more years.
July 1, 2019

There's an App for Black Thumb Gardeners

SmartPlant takes that guesswork out of plant care by giving an expert-back voice to your foliage
July 6, 2018

Northrop Grumman's Playground for Engineers

Get to know the technology and innovators making waves in the Rancho Bernardo company's FabLab incubator
June 14, 2018

This New Coffee Company Is Backed by San Diego Athletes

Rob Machado, Alphonzo Rawls, and other local athletes team up with a North County crew for Marea Coffee
June 11, 2018

Green Rush: Inside San Diego's Emerging Cannabis Industry

Marijuana's legal. How did it go from evil death drug to medical miracle and billion-dollar industry?
January 26, 2018

San Diego Has a Cannabis Business Accelerator

Canopy San Diego is shifting how we think about the marijuana industry
June 23, 2017

The Man Behind San Diego's $26 Billion Company

Will Illumina's new hotshot CEO be able to lead the San Diego genomics giant into the complex world of clinical care?
June 1, 2017

17 Big Ideas for 2017

From blue technology to workforce housing to social innovation, San Diego surpasses major hubs around the country
December 23, 2016

Meet the VIP of the Coronado Bridge

What it's like to work in the center divide of our iconic bridge
December 23, 2016

San Diego’s Coolest Companies

If a job is essential, let’s make it enjoyable. Welcome to working in the 21st century
April 22, 2016

Gigging for a Living

Uber driving, moonlighting, freelancing—San Diego’s growing group of self-employed workers is struggling to survive without a safety net
April 22, 2016

Life on the Mesa: Meet Intrapreneur Steve Todd

Step aside, Miss Bridget Jones—the host of DataCrunchers speaks on blogging, innovation, and the economic value of Big Data
January 28, 2016

On a Mission to Improve Childhood Nutrition

San Diego company Once Upon a Farm brings new tech to baby food
January 22, 2016

Life on the Mesa: Saving the World With Algae

Bring on the future of farming!
January 21, 2016

26 BIG Ideas

San Diego's most innovative thinkers tell us how they would make America’s Finest City a whole lot finer.
December 23, 2015

Explore San Diego with a New App

Digital docent! Three San Diegans created a simpler way to navigate the city’s cultural hotspots.
November 25, 2015

The Big Time: USA Half Marathon Invitational

On the heels of hosting the first-ever half marathon with qualifying times, San Diego is poised to join the big leagues of running
October 30, 2015

Job of the Month

Dustin Pelloni, Executive Director, CLIP Interpreting, since 2011
October 30, 2015

That's What SHE Said: Get On the Bus, America!

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
October 29, 2015

That's What SHE Said: Richard Sax Doesn’t Mess Around

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
October 22, 2015

That's What SHE Said: The D.C. Adventures, Part II

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
October 15, 2015

That's What SHE Said: The D.C. Adventures, Part I

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
October 8, 2015

That's What SHE Said: Name Tags Need Not Apply

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
October 1, 2015

Animal Instinct: Saving Lives at the Zoo

For more than 20 years, UC San Diego’s top docs have been helping save lives at the zoo, one precious species at a time
September 25, 2015

Healthcare Goes High-Tech

Dr. Eric Topol is putting health care in the palms of our hands
September 25, 2015

Job of the Month

Travis Kemnitz, Talent & Culture Coach, Ocean Discovery Institute, since 2002
September 25, 2015

Made in San Diego

To fete Manufacturing Day on October 2, we're honoring both well-known and surprise items crafted right here at home
September 25, 2015

That's What SHE Said: Inspirational Tear Jerker Warning

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
September 24, 2015

The Age of Podcasting

San Diego podcasters want your ear
August 25, 2015

That's What SHE Said: Malarkey in the Neighborhood is Dope

The rumors, events, people, and stories keeping the Mesa interesting
August 20, 2015

Best of San Diego 2015: Culture & Business

Must-see galleries, performances, Tijuana hotspots, and more
July 24, 2015

Now Printing: Micro-Livers

A La Jolla biotech boosts drug testing with human organs made on demand
June 24, 2015

Job of the Month

Kelly Harrington Lotus Institute, Executive Director, since 2013
June 24, 2015

Robots on the Brain

A San Diego startup moves to make robots more intelligent
May 22, 2015

Business: San Diego Apps

San Diego is on its way to becoming the hot new city for mobile app creation. Here, three locally born-and-bred apps to check out
April 24, 2015

Job of the Month: May 2015

Kirby Yau, Senior Creative Designer, Jack-in-the-Box, since 2005
April 24, 2015

Job of the Month: Director of College Admissions

Chris White, Director of College Admissions, High Tech High, since 2002
February 23, 2015

Business: Brian Fahmie of Game Complex

Entrepreneur Brian Fahmie has patented a $78 million Game Complex, what he calls “the future of entertainment”
February 23, 2015

The Border Waiting Game

Know how long the lines are before you get to the border
January 27, 2015

Job of the Month: February

Neva Parker, Head of Laboratory Operations, White Labs, since 2003
January 27, 2015

Shoot and Score with Fanpics

A mobile app company is flipping the cameras on sports fans
January 27, 2015
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