Los Angeles

Los Angeles

County seat of Los Angeles county, United States

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Brent Wistrom
June 10, 2020
AmericanInno
Wheels Labs, which first brought its e-bikes to Austin in November last year, is re-launching here, as well as in Dallas, San Diego and its hometown of Los Angeles.
Jason G. Goldman
June 7, 2020
Scientific American
A daily quick take on science.
Jason G. Goldman
June 3, 2020
Scientific American
A daily quick take on science.
Rollo Ross
May 29, 2020
U.S.
The union representing workers at a meatpacking plant near Los Angeles where at least 153 employees have come down with COVID-19 called on Thursday for the plant's immediate closure, saying measures to control the outbreak were not working.
May 28, 2020
Hindustan Times
Sunny Leone shared a bright and happy picture of herself from Los Angeles after she visited a garden in the city amid lockdown.
Mary Ann Azevedo
May 27, 2020
Crunchbase News
Other investors include Intuit founder Scott Cook, Zillow co-founder Spencer Rascoff, and Scopely co-founder Eytan Elbaz.
Jason G. Goldman
May 27, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
BioSpace
May 26, 2020
BioSpace
Bexson Biomedical, Inc. today announced the expansion of its Board of Directors with the additions of Belinda Tan, MD, PhD and Itai Danovitch, MD, MBA.
Mary Ann Azevedo
May 19, 2020
Crunchbase News
Upfront Ventures co-founder Steven Dietz aims to build thousands of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) over the next few years.
By BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press
May 16, 2020
Houston Chronicle
LOS ANGELES (AP) - With ample coronavirus tests and not enough sick people seeking them, the mayor of Los Angeles recently did something on a scale no other major U.S. city had done - allow anyone with or without symptoms to be tested as often as they want. A website to book a test was quickly swamped by residents in the nation's second-largest city and the surrounding county who couldn't get tested under more stringent guidelines and were concerned they were infected or could be asymptomatic carriers unwittingly exposing others. But despite overbooking to compensate for a third of the people who didn't show up, the city still has thousands of tests that aren't being used each week, according to figures provided to The Associated Press by the mayor's office. "Wasted tests at a time when we still have insufficient testing is really unfortunate," said Dr. Eric Topol, head of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, a San Diego-based medical research partnership. "I applaud what they're doing. The more people tested the better." Mayor Eric Garcetti's vow to not let a test go to waste was the result of a partnership with a start-up company that developed an easy-to-administer test that doesn't rely on scarce supplies. But it was a significant departure from stricter state criteria and guidelines set by the health department the city shares with the county to limit tests to those who need them most. It comes at a time when expanded testing is a cornerstone of the state's plan to ease its stay-at-home order and as Los Angeles County has become the epicenter of the virus outbreak and lags progress the rest of the state has shown. While the virus was initially worse in Northern California, LA County, home to a quarter of the state's nearly 40 million residents, now accounts for more than half the...
Jason G. Goldman
May 14, 2020
Scientific American
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Jason G. Goldman
May 11, 2020
Scientific American
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Jason G. Goldman
May 2, 2020
Scientific American
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Melissa Breyer
April 29, 2020
TreeHugger
Our photo of the day comes from Morro Bay, California.
Jason G. Goldman
April 30, 2020
Scientific American
A daily quick take on science.
April 29, 2020
MedicineNet
New research adds to a growing body of evidence that suggests men are far more vulnerable to severe COVID-19 than women are.
Chelsea Harvey
April 28, 2020
Scientific American
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Jennifer Ouellette
April 25, 2020
Ars Technica
Patterns of marks on bones show evidence of archery, horseback riding
Jonathan Shieber
April 23, 2020
TechCrunch
Representatives from the government and the utility managing the power of Los Angeles are proposing a sweeping infrastructure package worth roughly $150 billion centered on the broad electrification of transportation and industry. Drafted by the Los Angeles-based public-private Transportation Electrification Partnership, a collaboration between the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti, Southern California Edison, the Los [...]
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