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$200M stem cell research building opens UC Drops Part Of Gene-Scanning Program Freeway Sea Lion Back Into Ocean 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 Scientists Excited On Stem Cell Research UC gets $25 million for stem cell research New mission for Zoo approved Pfizer moving biotech research unit to S.F.  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 Smuggled Eurasian Owl Makes Home In SF First City Falcon Chick Takes Flight 400,000 Young Salmon Released Into Bay  The California Department of Fish and Game released Chinook salmon, called smolts. 17 million salmon smolts will be released over a 2 months   UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell  Berkeley and Stanford are teaming up on a project to bring together doctors, biologists, chemists, engineers and computer scientists School Gets City's First Bee Garden Tiger gives birth to cub Stem cell agency hands out $54 million Nobel Laureate Kornberg dies at 89 Dead Whale Washes Up On Beach  The decomposing carcass of a 27-foot-long baby humpback has washed ashore Group: Researchers mistreated animals Dead Whale To Be Hauled To Sea  Crews are in the process of removing a 20-foot long dead gray whale beached in Point Richmond Unpredictable Whales Slip Out To Sea
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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
3. 2010-10-28 $200M stem cell research building opens Stanford
E. 2010-08-12 UC Drops Part Of Gene-Scanning Program UC Berkeley
F. 2009-07-18 Freeway Sea Lion Back Into Ocean Bay Area
G. 2009-07-06 Pfizer drops planned research center San Francisco
H. 2009-04-29 Pfizer move could hamper Mission Bay San Francisco
8. 2009-03-07 Scientists Excited On Stem Cell Research San Francisco
9. 2008-12-17 UC gets $25 million for stem cell research UCSF

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2013
07/18 San Francisco Zoo welcomes baby gorilla
East Bay
2013 2013
East Bay
Alameda County
2013 2013
Alameda County
2012
10/08 UCSF researcher wins Nobel award
East Bay
2012 2012
East Bay
Alameda County
2012 2012
Alameda County
2010
San Francisco
2010 2010
San Francisco
08/12 UC Drops Part Of Gene-Scanning Program
08/12 UC Drops Part Of Gene-Scanning Program
2009
07/06 Pfizer drops planned research center
04/29 Pfizer move could hamper Mission Bay
03/07 Scientists Excited On Stem Cell Research
East Bay
2009 2009
East Bay
Alameda County
2009 2009
Alameda County
2008
12/17 UC gets $25 million for stem cell research
08/07 New mission for Zoo approved
08/06 Pfizer moving biotech research unit to S.F.
07/10 Smuggled Eurasian Owl Makes Home In SF
03/07 Tiger gives birth to cub
03/12 UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell
03/12 UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell
2007
12/13 Stem cell agency hands out $54 million
07/30 Group: Researchers mistreated animals
05/30 Unpredictable Whales Slip Out To Sea
05/30 Wayward Whales At Mouth Of Bay
05/02 Zoo to open new habitat for grizzly bears
03/29 Biologists To Rescue Falcon Eggs
06/07 Dead Whale To Be Hauled To Sea
05/29 Whales On The Move Past Benicia Bridge
05/28 Lost Whales Stopped Near Martinez Bridge
02/01 $500 million grant to develop new biofuels
02/01 $500 million grant to develop new biofuels
2006
04/22 Victory For Stem Cell Research Agency
02/27 Court Battle Over Stem Cell Research
12/16 Biologist Cadet Hammond Hand dies
09/06 Firm's Stem Cell Work Under Senate Fire
08/23 'Ethical' stem cell lines created
08/22 Biologists: Ant Jaws Break Speed Record
12/16 Biologist Cadet Hammond Hand dies
09/06 Firm's Stem Cell Work Under Senate Fire
08/23 'Ethical' stem cell lines created
08/22 Biologists: Ant Jaws Break Speed Record
2005
11/01 Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens
07/02 Progress Made in Stem Cell Disputes
06/07 Zoo Names Grizzy Bears
05/29 World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
05/06 SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters
05/02 Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center
04/16 Zoo Sells Naming Rights To Grizzlies
04/30 Stem cell selection committee toured town
04/24 Emeryville Hopeful of Stem Cell Institute
04/30 Stem cell selection committee toured town
04/24 Emeryville Hopeful of Stem Cell Institute
2004
San Francisco
2004 2004
San Francisco
06/10 Researchers exposed to deadly anthrax
06/10 Researchers exposed to deadly anthrax
2002
San Francisco
2002 2002
San Francisco
10/08 Scientist awarded Nobel Prize in medicine
10/08 Scientist awarded Nobel Prize in medicine

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San Francisco Zoo welcomes baby gorilla   UCSF researcher wins Nobel award


year 2013 Top ^

Jul.18   SF Zoo


year 2012 Top ^

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


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.28   Stanford
Aug.12   UC Berkeley


year 2009 Top ^

Jul.18   Bay Area
Jul.6   San Francisco
Apr.29   San Francisco
Mar.7   San Francisco


year 2008 Top ^

Dec.17   UCSF
Aug.7   SF City Hall
Aug.6   San Francisco
Jul.10   SF Zoo
May.28   San Jose City Hall
May.12   Bay
Mar.12   UC Berkeley
Mar.8   SF Bayview
Mar.7   SF Zoo


year 2007 Top ^

Dec.13   San Francisco
Oct.26   Stanford
Oct.1   Pacifica
Jul.30   UCSF
Jun.7   Richmond
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 May.29   Tiburon Lost Whales About 5 Miles From Bridge  2 injured whales were closing in on their ocean home, coming within 5 miles of the Golden Gate Bridge as they entered San Francisco Bay   Martinez Whales On The Move Past Benicia Bridge   2 wayward whales, mother humpback whale and her calf, are making some progress in the right direction May.28   Martinez Lost Whales Stopped Near Martinez Bridge   Benicia Delta whales make progress toward ocean  The two humpback whales, dubbed 'Delta' and 'Dawn,' were seen swimming near the Benicia Bridge 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 Feb.1   UC Berkeley $500 million grant to develop new biofuels
  Cleaner energy is the goal of a BP grant that's been awarded to a consortium led by the University of California.    Energy Biosciences Institute opened by Gov. Schwarzenegger, Illinois Gov....


year 2006 Top ^

Dec.17   Stanford Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit Dec.16   UC Berkeley Biologist Cadet Hammond Hand dies Sep.6   Alameda   Firm's Stem Cell Work Under Senate Fire  Advanced Cell Technology Inc. was accused at a U.S. Senate hearing of misrepresenting its work Aug.23   Alameda 'Ethical' stem cell lines created
  Advanced Cell Technology has developed a new way of creating stem cells without destroying human embryos
Aug.22   UC Berkeley Biologists: Ant Jaws Break Speed Record Jul.21  San Jose  Mosquito Hunters Taking Aerial Photos Apr.22   San Francisco Victory For Stem Cell Research Agency Feb.27  San Francisco  Court Battle Over Stem Cell Research Feb.13   Genentech Cancer Drug Trials Scaled Back

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.21  Stanford  Stem Cell Researchers Leave For Asia Nov.1   SF Mission   Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens
  Officials celebrated the opening of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Oct.1  San Francisco  Stem cell agency meeting Aug.24  Half Moon Bay  Beached Whale Washes Out To Sea Jul.14  UC Berkeley  Stinky Flower Blooms In Garden Jul.13  San Carlos  Violent Vandals Attack Lab Jul.2   San Francisco Progress Made in Stem Cell Disputes
Jun.23  SF City Hall  City Formalizes Deal For Stem Cell HQ 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 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.30   Emeryville Stem cell selection committee toured town  The site committee tries to make a decision on where to locate the California stem cell research headquarters Apr.24   Emeryville Emeryville Hopeful of Stem Cell Institute Apr.16   SF Zoo Zoo Sells Naming Rights To Grizzlies  The zoo adopted 2 bears in October that were originally scheduled to be euthanized Apr.13  San Francisco  SF Tops List For Stem Cell HQ

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.29  Genentech  Avastin helps sickest patients Oct.31  San Mateo  College Expands Biotech Training Program Oct.28  Richmond  State DNA lab marks 1,000th 'cold hit' Oct.10  SF Zoo  Grizzly bears arrive at zoo Oct.2  Golden Gate Park  Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants Jun.10   Oakland Researchers exposed to deadly anthrax  A shipping foul up led six researchers to believe they were working with dead rather than live bacteria May.9  Golden Gate Park  Invasive frogs in pond evade eradication

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.19  Stanford  Stanford criticized over stem cell research Oct.8   Berkeley Scientist awarded Nobel Prize in medicine


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.28  SF Bayview  UCSF planned biotech research hub