Dynamic MapReport

World News   USA   California   Bay Area   Study
Bay Area Study Timeline Tuesday, April 24 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search Bay Area News Atlas:
Study finds more millionaires in Bay Area  The number of millionaire households across the area climbed to 136,120 last year, up 10.2% from 123,621 in 2007. California bucked the trend Craigslist revenue to climb 23 pct to $100M
World News (12) World Business (847) USA (336) California (187) Bay Area (12) Study
Last 7 Days Last 30 Days
Study on Wikipedia Study on Web

Peninsula Highway Accident (84)   OAK Public Transportation (8)   Genentech Business   South SF Merger and Acquisition (19)   San Francisco Merger and Acquisition (48)

Science & Education Main Event: Feds Deny $7...
on Google Map

B. 2016-05-13 Study finds large number of drivers abusing Bay Area carpool lanes Bay Area Freeways
2. 2014-09-16 Stanford professor wins MacArthur grant for her study of biases Stanford
3. 2013-11-22 Celebrity in science visits Lincoln High Abraham Lincoln High School, SF Sunset
E. 2011-04-12 PG&E to study Diablo Canyon fault PG&E
F. 2011-01-30 SF police seeking to revisit Taser debate San Francisco
6. 2010-11-21 Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011 Stanford
H. 2010-03-27 Train Horns Not To Loud On Peninsula Caltrain
2010-02-13 Feds Deny $70M For Airport Connector BART
J. 2009-07-15 Study finds more millionaires in Bay Area Bay Area

Stanford professor wins MacArthur grant for her study of biases  A social scientist studies biases that creep into the thinking of people who don't realize they are prejudiced Celebrity in science visits Lincoln High. SF Sunset PG&E to study Diablo Canyon fault  PG&E has asked regulators to delay relicensing the nuclear plant until the company finishes studies of a recently discovered earthquake fault   SF police seeking to revisit Taser debate  San Francisco: Interim Chief Jeff Godown will try again to persuade the Police Commission to grant permission to the department to study bringing in Tasers Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011  Stanford: The Rhodes Trust named Varun Sivarum as one of 32 U.S. students chosen for a scholarship, which provide all expenses for study at Oxford Train Horns Not To Loud On Peninsula  Caltrain: A federal study on the noise from freight train horns won't be leading to any relief for people who live near the railroad tracks Feds Deny $70M For Airport Connector
Study finds large number of drivers abusing Bay Area carpool lanes

year 2016 Top ^

  Bay Area Freeways: A new study released by the Metropolitan Traffic Commission reveals shows rampant misuse of HOV lanes

year 2014 Top ^


year 2013 Top ^


year 2011 Top ^


year 2010 Top ^

  BART: The Federal Transit Administration said that BART could not meet deadlines for a study of the extension's potential impact on minority residents

year 2009 Top ^

  San Francisco: Study: The Internet's top site for classified ads is thriving while newspapers and other marketing-driven media are reeling from huge losses

year 2008 Top ^

Jan.21 Hayward Fault Due For Major Quake  A new study suggests the fault might be more dangerous than seismologists previously thought Jan.16   Kaiser To Study Morgellons Disease  Oakland: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is paying Kaiser Permanente to test and interview patients suffering from bizarre sympto...

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.25   Genetic Screens Help Black And Hispanic  Stanford: A new study finds that Hispanic and young black women may benefit from genetic screening in connection with a gene associated with breast ca... Dec.9   Stanford to warehouse East Asian books  The Meyer Library which houses the collection is slated for demolition to make room for a computer center and study space Oct.13   Study Links Self-Esteem And Violence  UC Berkeley: While a healthy self-esteem can absorb the shock of rejection, poor self-esteem can trigger the primal fight-or-flight response Jun.1   Most Unreliable Commute In Bay Area   Hayward Castro Valley San Leandro: The study, from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission found the drive between Fremont and Oakland, around I-880, is consistently bad Study Paints 49ers Stadium As Cash Cow. Santa Clara Feb.10 Attendance at Grand Prix overstated. San Jose Jan.9 City OKs Study Of 49ers Stadium Plan. Santa Clara Study says Google top workplace  Google perks included free gourmet meals, a sand volleyball court and $5,000 for employees who buy hybrid

year 2006 Top ^

Jan.31     5,500 need childcare in city  San Jose City Hall: There are no facilities for them, according to a new study released by Mayor Ron Gonzales Jan.27   New maternity policy  Stanford: University has a new policy that aims to help female graduate students manage tough study schedules

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.25 SJ Continues Push For Oakland Athletics
. San Jose City Hall Sep.23 Genentech Stops Enrolling Avastin Study
  The company stopped enrolling patients in a study due to greater occurrences of gastrointestinal perforations
Apr.27 MTC OKs $1.6m to study suicide barrier  Golden Gate Bridge: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved $1.6 million to study a suicide prevention barrier Mar.13 Scientists identified 56 species of bees. SF Presidio Mar.11 Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study
  Golden Gate Bridge: The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge
Feb.14   Study Shows Fewer Homeless in city
  San Francisco: Mayor Newsom says the city's count shows the total number is just over 2600, a drop of 41% over the last 3 years

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.23   Refinery May Have Contaminated Ponds
  Martinez: The US Environmental Protection Agency is calling on the Tesoro refinery to study contamination in 2 ponds
Jul.10 Dangerous Toxins Found in Fish in Bay  Oakland: An alarming new study shows that the chemicals known as PBDE's are building up rapidly in fish May.28 Resolution for reparations bill. East Palo Alto Mar.5   Study to bring pro baseball
  Antioch: Members of the City Council have approved $100,000 for a feasibility study

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.13 Highest marks in airport foods
  SFO: The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's study reported that 96% of SFO's restaurants offer a healthy option
Oct.24   SF behind NYC on homeless issue
  San Francisco: A new study released by a non-profit group finds that San Francisco should consider New York City's model
Sep.12   Business School's social responsibility class
  UC Berkeley: The Hass School of Business has begun to study social responsibility as part of the expanded coursework
Jun.4 Winner of Afghan scholarship
  Concord: Nasrina Bargzie, 21, who suffered as a result of that country's communist regime has received a scholarship to study law
Mar.25   Volonteers for NASA hypegravity study
  Stanford: Study to determine which people can tolerate prolonged exposure to increased gravitational force

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.2   Illness increased near refinery
  Martinez: Kids Against Environmental Pollution released the results of a study
Sep.10   Commission to slowdown renaming
  SJC: Airport Commission ask city to establish a task force to study the renaming of International Airport
Jun.18   Legal pot headed for clinical trials
  Redwood City: Study on the marijuana's medicinal effectiveness to be conducted at County General Hospital

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.23 Free marijuana to patients for study. San Mateo Aug.24   Web access to cancer group
  Stanford: Breast cancer support groups by offered free Internet access for the 12 week study
Aug.17   Meditation to treat depression
  Stanford: Stanford is launching a study of the effects of meditation and hypnosis as treatments for longterm depression.
Mar.21 Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion
  SF Chronicle: Consultant's study suggested that the name of the Pavilion was worth an estimated $500,000 annually

Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to Bay Area Study Timeline

Please send feedback to: support@mapreport.com

Advertise on Bay Area Study Page

Neighbor Real Estate: