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Smuggled Eurasian Owl Makes Home In SF  A Eurasian eagle owl that was smuggled from Austria to the U.S. as a decorated Easter egg was transferred into the custody of the zoo School Gets City's First Bee Garden Tiger gives birth to cub  The zoo, which lost a tiger on Christmas Day, is celebrating the arrival of a newborn tiger cub who belongs to Leanne and George, Sumatran t... Stem cell agency hands out $54 million Group: Researchers mistreated animals Unpredictable Whales Slip Out To Sea
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Pfizer drops planned research center  New York drug giant has pulled the plug on plans to open a biotech research center near UCSF's Mission Bay Campus Pfizer move could hamper Mission Bay  Pfizer still plans to house a small research unit near UCSF's campus even though the local biotech executive is leaving the drug giant Scientists Excited On Stem Cell Research  Anticipation is growing at the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine after President Obama is about to lift a federal funding ban   UC gets $25 million for stem cell research  Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, billionaire philanthropists, are donating $25 million to UCSF toward building a new stem cell research cent... New mission for Zoo approved  City have given preliminary approval to a proposal to turn the local zoo into a sanctuary for rescued wildlife and domestic animals Pfizer moving biotech research unit to S.F.
San Francisco Zoo welcomes baby gorilla  The 5-pound, 1-ounce female was born Wednesday to western lowland gorillas Nneka and Oscar Jonesy   UCSF researcher wins Nobel award


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Jul.18   SF Zoo


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Oct.8   UCSF
  Shinya Yamanka, 50, has been awarded the prize for Medicine for his discovery that ordinary human cells can be reprogrammed into stem cells


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Jul.6   San Francisco
Apr.29   San Francisco
Mar.7   San Francisco


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Dec.17   UCSF
Aug.7   SF City Hall
Aug.6   San Francisco
  The world's largest drugmaker will move the headquarters of its new biotech research unit to Mission Bay, next door to UCSF's new campus
Jul.10   SF Zoo
Mar.8   SF Bayview
Mar.7   SF Zoo


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Dec.13   San Francisco
Jul.30   UCSF
May.30   San Francisco
  More than 2 weeks after they were first spotted far up the Sacramento River, two lost humpbacks finally found their way home to the ocean
 Officials assumed the pair returned to the open sea. To make sure the whales did not take wrong turn, 2 boats were launched to look for them in the Pacific
  Golden Gate Bridge Wayward Whales At Mouth Of Bay  A mother and her calf appeared on the east side of the north and south towers May.2   SF Zoo Zoo to open new habitat for grizzly bears Mar.29   Bay Bridge Biologists To Rescue Falcon Eggs
  Biologists from Santa Cruz postponed the rescue a clutch of endangered peregrine falcon eggs from underneath the bridge


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Jun.29   Genentech 2 drugs set to fight blindness Apr.22   San Francisco   Victory For Stem Cell Research Agency  San Francisco's $3 billion institute won a victory with a court ruling rejecting challenges to its constitutionality Feb.27   San Francisco Court Battle Over Stem Cell Research Feb.13   Genentech Cancer Drug Trials Scaled Back  Avastin only targets cancer, and leaves healthy cells alone

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Nov.1   SF Mission   Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens
  Officials celebrated the opening of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Jul.2   San Francisco   Progress Made in Stem Cell Disputes  The issues being dealt include how much of the oversight committee will be open to the public Jun.7   SF Zoo Zoo Names Grizzy Bears
  The sisters will now be called Kiona and Kachina, the Native American words mean 'brown hills' and 'sacred dancer' May.29   Golden Gate Park World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls  All weekend long, people flocked to the Conservatory of Flowers hoping to catch a glimpse of 'Ted the Titan' May.7   San Francisco Stem Cell Institute Faces Legal Challenges   One claims the oversight of $3-billion is illegal. The other claims language in Proposition 71 is unconstitutional May.6   San Francisco SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters
  The 29-member committee made the decision over San Diego, Sacramento and Emeryville
 Members of the governing board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, took 2 roll-call votes to decide the contest. Mayor Newsom called it a historic achievement for a city and region suffering through the collapse of the dot-com bubble. California voters passed Proposition 71, which authorized $3 billion worth of state bonds in a decadelong program just now getting started
May.2   San Francisco Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center  A subcommittee of the 29-member board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Apr.16   SF Zoo Zoo Sells Naming Rights To Grizzlies  The zoo adopted 2 bears in October that were originally scheduled to be euthanized


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B. 2013-07-18 San Francisco Zoo welcomes baby gorilla SF Zoo
2012-10-08 UCSF researcher wins Nobel award UCSF
D. 2009-07-06 Pfizer drops planned research center San Francisco
E. 2009-04-29 Pfizer move could hamper Mission Bay San Francisco
5. 2009-03-07 Scientists Excited On Stem Cell Research San Francisco
6. 2008-12-17 UC gets $25 million for stem cell research UCSF
H. 2008-08-07 New mission for Zoo approved SF City Hall
I. 2008-08-06 Pfizer moving biotech research unit to S.F. San Francisco
J. 2008-07-10 Smuggled Eurasian Owl Makes Home In SF SF Zoo


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