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  • Peru's High Resolution Map

    Take a look at this fascinating project we just finished printing for the Carnegie Science organization at Stanford. We were fortunate to be called upon to design layout, produce and publish the report with the able assistance of our team member, Margaret Copeland of Terragraphics.

    Stanford University scientists have produced the first-ever high-resolution carbon geography of Peru, a country whose tropical forests are among the world’s most vital in terms of mitigating the global impact of climate change.

    Released today, the 69-page report to Peru’s Ministry of the Environment could become a tool itself to battle rising temperatures. It is complete with vivid 3-D maps that pinpoint with a high degree of certainty the carbon density of Peru’s vast and varied landscape, from its western deserts and savannas, to its lowland forests, to its soaring Andean peaks, to its lush eastern Amazon rainforests.

  • A Fool in Love

    A Fool in Love: A first novel by Richmond, California writer Delana Elarms Andrews.
    About the Author:
    Delana Elarms-Andrews was born in San Francisco. At the age of eighteen, she joined the US Army to serve her country as a computer specialist. In 1990 during the early part of her seven year tour of service, she began writing her first novel, "A Fool in Love" while stationed in Pyongtaek, Korea. She has worked for the United States Postal Service for the past eight years and resides in Richmond, California with her husband and three beautiful children. She was a member of STARS book club for five years, the helped establish The Ladies if R.A.G.E. (Reading and Gaining Enlightenment); book club, which she has been a member of for nine years and counting. She is also the co-founder of V.I.A. (Village in Action), which mentors teen girls of color. She is a member of Praise Fellowship Bible Church in Richmond, led by Pastor William H. Coleman III.

Minuteman News Archive

  • Multimillion investment goes towards testing facility

    Bayer HealthCare is expanding operations at its Berkeley manufacturing site to include product testing of the next generation of hemophilia A treatment.

  • Berkeley makes rundown of best academic museums

    The University of California, Berkeley, can add another feather to its cap, having joined Harvard and Yale on a list compiled by CollegeRank of top 10 college museums.

  • California typo spells opportunity for Michigan library

    A spelling error made by the Berkeley, California librarys promotional button supplier proved to be a boon for a Michigan library.

  • UC Berkeley awarded grant in honor of human rights work

    The Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley Law School was recognized by the MacArthur Foundation a Creative and Effective Institution this month, and will receive a grant of $1m.

  • Uni recognized for work on historic building

    A week into the New Year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced that the University of California at Berkeley would receive the Institute Honor Award for Architecture for 2015.

  • Berkeley motorists to receive gas pump reminder

    Last month, the city of Berkeley, California, voted to put labels on gasoline pumps reminding drivers of the connection between global warming and auto emissions.

  • Berkeley leads the way with first U.S. soda tax

    Living up to its reputation of being a trend setter for the nation, Berkeley residents voted in the countrys first tax on sugary drinks, despite a large campaign by the industry to prevent this from happening.

  • Local professor makes shakeup with new creation

    Last month, a UC Berkeley professor revealed he had built a low-cost, home earthquake detector. This raises the possibility that an earthquake detector could one day become as common in California homes as a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm.

  • General Mills adds bite with Annies purchase

    A deal has been made whereby Berkeley-based Annies shall be sold to the General Mills for $820m in the hope that Annies organic products will help appeal to the changing tastes of General Mills customers.

  • Quake shakes up early warning debate

    The earthquake that hit the Napa Valley, on Sunday, August 24, has raised discussion on the possibility of creating an early warning system for future quakes.