Author: Brent Stromberg

University Gets Money For Medical Centers

UC Merced moved one step closer to creating a series of telemedicine centers to address the health care needs of underserved residents of the San Joaquin Valley. Chancellor Steve Kang and corporate supporters gathered in the university's California Room to announce $1 million in funds [...]

UC-Merced Prepares To Launch Telemedicine Center

UC-Merced will use nearly $1 million in grants to create a telemedicine center and electronically connect four rural health centers throughout the San Joaquin Valley to specialists in area cities and other state universities, the Fresno Bee reports. Read More>>>

2.25 Million Launches REDI

Senator Mark Ridley-Thomas (D-26), joined a host of more than 250 supporters and students at Los Angeles Trade Technical College for the launch of Trade Techs long anticipated Regional Economic Development Institute (REDI). REDI is a specialized "school within a school" aimed at strengthening the [...]

California Emerging Technology Fund: Access to Broadband Services

Women in Telecommunications presents: California Emerging Technology Fund: Access to Broadband Services Monday, May 21, 6:00pm-8:00pm, San Francisco MORE INFO: http://www.womenintelecom.org California Emerging Technology Fund: Achieving Ubiquitous Access to Broadband & Advanced Services. Presented by Rich Motta, CFO, California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) Read More>>>

’06 Great Year For Businesses

The San Joaquin Partnership reported another productive year attracting businesses to San Joaquin County as well as retaining them. The group was involved in 29 business projects that meant the creation of nearly 6,000 jobs last year. Read More>>>

Task Force To Study Wireless For All

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has appointed 21 technology leaders -- a third from the Bay Area -- to a Broadband Task Force that will join forces with another new agency to engineer plans to remove barriers to high-speed cable and wireless access. At least $460 million [...]