UCSC in the News
December 12, 2005
Physicist and author Michael Riordan has an opinion
piece in the December issue of the Harvard Business Review
about how innovation flourished at AT&T before the company
was broken up. Riordan also published an article in IEEE
Spectrum on "How Europe Missed the Transistor,"
about a second invention of the transistor in Paris that eventually
fizzled out commercially.
Physicist Robert Johnson was quoted in a story in the
Aptos Times about his team's work on the GLAST space
telescope project. The Aptos Times also ran a story about
engineers J. J. García-Luna-Aceves and Darrell
Long, who were both named Fellows of the Institute of Electrical
and Electronic Engineers.
Metro Santa Cruz ran a story on COSMOGONIE INTIME,
a newly published, limited-edition, collaborative book of art
on exhibit at McHenry Library's Special Collections,
featuring French poet Yves Peyré, visual artist Ray Rice,
and award-winning book artist and UCSC alumna Felicia Rice.
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