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San Diegans Join Global March For Science

San Diegans Join Global March For Science

April 22
By David Wagner

The local event, which coincided with marches around the world, was pitched as a nonpartisan demonstration in support of science and against its increasing politicization.

New Cal Fire App Helps Users Prepare For Wildfires

New Cal Fire App Helps Users Prepare For Wildfires

April 21
By City News Service

San Diegans who strive to be prepared for wildfires can use a new Cal Fire mobile-device application to keep up with their readiness efforts, the state agency announced Friday.

Why Many Will March For Science In San Diego (And Why Some Won't)

Why Many Will March For Science In San Diego (And Why Some Won't)

April 21
By David Wagner

Science advocates are gearing up for marches around the world, including one in San Diego. While many scientists will be marching, some say the demonstration could backfire politically.

San Diego Scientists Prepare For March To Bolster Science's Role In...

San Diego Scientists Prepare For March To Bolster Science's Role In Policy

April 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Scientists from across the country will be demonstrating on Saturday in Washington, D.C. and hundreds of other cities, advocating for science's role in public policy and against proposed cuts to federal agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency.

North County Economic Summit Spotlights Burgeoning Industries

North County Economic Summit Spotlights Burgeoning Industries

April 13
By Alison St John

Biomedical devices, craft beer and drones are among the key products that keep North County’s economy ticking. About 400 business leaders attended the Fourth Annual North County Economic Summit at CSU San Marcos this past week.

Undersea Lights Dazzle In Birch Aquarium's 'Infinity Cube'

Undersea Lights Dazzle In Birch Aquarium's 'Infinity Cube'

April 12
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Step inside the translucent 8-foot box at the Birch Aquarium, and at first you are surrounded by darkness. But quickly, projections of pulsating blue lights surround you on all sides.

San Diego Computer Scientists Help Google Crack Down On Fake Listings

San Diego Computer Scientists Help Google Crack Down On Fake Listings

April 12
By David Wagner

Scammers were getting their businesses listed on Google Maps using fake addresses. A new study co-written by UC San Diego researchers is helping Google identify and fix the problem.

Researchers At The Nat Discover Large Spider In Baja

Researchers At The Nat Discover Large Spider In Baja

April 6
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The spider's legs stretch four inches wide and it has been compared to a tarantula. It was found in a remote mountain range near the town of La Paz in Baja California Sur.

Scientists Opening Film Vault Of America's Above Ground Nuclear Tes...

Scientists Opening Film Vault Of America's Above Ground Nuclear Testing

April 5
By Steve Walsh

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is in the process of restoring and releasing the most complete record of America's involvement in above ground nuclear testing.

Scripps Climate Scientist Discusses Implications Of Trump's Rollbac...

Scripps Climate Scientist Discusses Implications Of Trump's Rollback Of Clean Power Policy

March 30
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Veerabhadran "Ram" Ramanathan, distinguished professor of atmospheric and climate sciences at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, talks about what the rollbacks mean for the fight against climate change.

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