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Huntington Beach native Rachel Field used much of her mechanical engineering education at Harvard to invent ways to help the less fortunate — during her time there and after her 2012 graduation. Field's first major project was developing a suction...
My idea of a boat is a kayak, so that is the boat I own. As I tool around Huntington Harbour during spring and summer, I still marvel at the many yachts that dwarf my blue plastic Ocean Kayak, so I was pleased to accept an invitation to ride in the...
Hundreds who gathered on the Huntington Beach Pier and the beach in anticipation of space shuttle Endeavour's journey over the coast left disappointed. "It's a bust," said Huntington Beach resident Joe Giordano. Giordano said he thought about staying...
Tags: Rocketry, Science and Technology, Cancer
Lowell Schimmel and his Little Brother had their first outing at a small table at a fast food restaurant. Last week, their accommodations got quite a bit more stylish. Schimmel, an Anaheim resident, and Brandon, who graduated last month from Edison High...
Brashears, Austin Perry, was killed in a van accident on May 12th 2012 near Taupo, New Zealand while studying abroad with Boston University (BU). Austin was born April 16, 1991 in Los Alamitos, California. He was raised in Huntington Beach (HB), where...
Come June 15, after the last bell at Huntington Beach High School signals the end of the academic year, Bill Morehouse will leave his darkroom inside classroom I-8 and step into retirement. "I actually built this darkroom almost all by myself," said...
Someone asked me the other day about the first specific event in my life that I can recall. After pondering for a moment, I realized that it was going to see "Return of the Jedi" at the Brea Mall in the summer of 1983. Of course, I have vague...
Dr. Alan Goldstone figured he had seen it all in the eye care business before he tried on a pair of iZon Lenses for the first time. The co-owner of Dr. Goldstone Optometry High-Definition Vision Center in Fountain Valley encountered the new technology,...
Re. "Apodaca: Common Core may add up to math skills boost we need," (May 12): Patrice Apodaca's enthusiasm for the new Common Core math program, based on her belief that it will improve students' math skills, grabbed my attention. As a former teacher and...
At its monthly meeting last week, the Park Ridge Flood Control Task Force again brought up the idea of giving financial incentives to help residents pay for their own flood protection as the town struggles through its most recent flooding issues. The...
Tags: Science and Technology, Floods, Engineering
Eight Central Florida business executives have made the short list of 30 finalists for this year's Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Florida awards, which will be announced Thursday night. The three co-founders of Power Grid Engineering in Winter...
Northbrook Public Library's summer program has been revised to promote children's creativity and as part of the effort is asking for donations of constructive toys. "Game Outside the Box" is for children of all ages interested in science, technology,...
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