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The Battle Over One Of The Most Studied Brains In Science

The Battle Over One Of The Most Studied Brains In Science

Aug. 9
By Michael Lipkin, David Wagner

Researchers interested in how the brain creates new memories studied Henry Molaison, or "patient H.M.," who became perhaps the most famous research subject in recent history. After Molaison died in 2008, his brain was moved to UC San Diego for further research. But it wouldn't stay there long.

Glitter And Robotics Collide To Groom San Diego Girls For Engineeri...

Glitter And Robotics Collide To Groom San Diego Girls For Engineering Jobs

Aug. 8
By Megan Burks

Qualcomm just wrapped up a three-year experiment to see what keeps middle-school girls interested in math and science. They called it Qcamp.

SDSU Athletic Director To Leave For University Of Missouri

SDSU Athletic Director To Leave For University Of Missouri

Aug. 8
By City News Service

Jim Sterk, San Diego State University's highly regarded athletic director, has been chosen to lead the athletic department at the University of Missouri.

San Diego Study Shows How Music Can Affect Public Perception Of Sharks

San Diego Study Shows How Music Can Affect Public Perception Of Sharks

Aug. 5
By David Wagner

Footage of sharks is often paired with ominous music, and that could harm shark conservation efforts.

Velasquez Named Interim San Diego County Superintendent

Velasquez Named Interim San Diego County Superintendent

Aug. 4
By City News Service

Superintendent Randy Ward is on leave pending an investigation into his compensation.

San Diego County Says More Kids Heading To Kindergarten Vaccinated

San Diego County Says More Kids Heading To Kindergarten Vaccinated

Aug. 3
By Megan Burks

County health officials expect the number to increase. A law banning personal and religious belief exemptions to vaccinations is now in effect.

City Council Moves San Diego High School Issue To The Ballot

City Council Moves San Diego High School Issue To The Ballot

Aug. 2
By Megan Burks

The November ballot measure will ask voters to amend the city's charter so that San Diego High School can remain in Balboa Park. The city charter and state law do not allow schools on public parkland.

Judge Blocks Release Of Trump's Video Testimony

Judge Blocks Release Of Trump's Video Testimony

Aug. 2
By Associated Press

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel in a ruling Tuesday denied the request from news organizations that wanted full transcripts and video of Trump's recent depositions.

Council Takes Up Police Review Board Reform Measure

Council Takes Up Police Review Board Reform Measure

Aug. 1
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The activists who first proposed the measure criticized the final version in a City Council hearing last month, saying the board would still lack subpoena power and board members should be appointed by the council, not the mayor.

Roundtable: Hillary's DNC; Suing Trump University; No Tipping?

Roundtable: Hillary's DNC; Suing Trump University; No Tipping?

July 29
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Hillary Clinton's Democratic National Convention was not like Donald Trump's Republican National Convention, for the most part. Class-action suits against Trump and his university will go to trial. A local restaurateur has had enough of tipping.