North Shattuck space offers 800 new and old-fashioned board games — along with food and drink.
Pivot Bio’s microbial nitrogen offers a host of environmental benefits. And we can taste the results already.
In the 1980s, Mayer co-founded the nonprofit Resources for Community Development, which has provided homes for more than 5,000 people.
Science-backed R&D firm in West Berkeley uses fermentation to create new ingredients for beauty, wellness and personal care.
Finding a special gift for moms, dads and grads also supports the tenacious small business owners who kept the doors open when so much closed.
Transcendentist, a certified green business, not only pampers the patients, but goes easy on the planet, too.
Caribou Biosciences is using next-generation genome-editing technologies to advance the development of cell therapies for patients.
The charming Rasa Caffe serves hand-crafted chai teas, steamed rose milk, specialty coffees — and pastries worth traveling for.
Aiden, Graduate Berkeley and Hotel Shattuck Plaza provide a fun rooftop, tailgate parties and creative cocktails — not just visitor lodging.
From bakers and roasters to artists, there’s a story behind each of the local businesses at the Dec. 9 Berkeley Holiday Gift Fair.
The award-winning company is moving from research to the production of cultivated meat, with the opening of its production facility last week.
The city’s manufacturing ranges from woodworking to wine-making, and from pouring metals to molding new materials.