Category Archives: Science

Carmel Valley hosts obscure piece of space history

Hidden amongst the golden hills of Carmel Valley next to Cachagua—placed there to reduce interference waves—is a little-known local gem with a historical significance of literally astronomical proportions: the Jamesburg…

Artificial intelligence’s role continues to grow

Artificial intelligence has been pondered and feared by man for decades and is now so advanced as to drive unmanned vehicles, converse with people and make decisions previously thought to…

Coming soon: Composting to create energy

Chances are you eat lunch every day. Some days you might even have leftover food. Have you ever been torn about where to put your leftovers? Starting in March, CHS…

Fungus among us: Mushrooms sprout on campus

“When it rains, it spores,” is a common saying amongst mycologists (the scientific term for mushroom lovers). And while this mushroom season has reached a lull due to a lack…