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Sea Lion Pup Rescued From The Marine Room Getting Better

Feb. 10
By KPBS News
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The malnourished pup, found Thursday curled up on the seat of a dining booth in The Marine Room in La Jolla, has been named Marina.

San Diego Delegate Weighs Future Of Coastal Commission

Feb. 8
By Alison St John
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San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox represents San Diego on the California Coastal Commission. Given a push to fire the executive director this week, Cox discussed changes he'd like to see the commission make.

San Diego Scientists Find Data Brewing In Local Fermentation Culture

Feb. 8
By David Wagner
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Whether it's craft beer or kimchi, fermented foods and drinks are making a comeback. San Diego researchers are sampling local fermentation fanatics to find out how fermented foods can change our gut microbes.

Scientists Examine Southern White Rhinoceros To Save Near-Extinct Cousins

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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The San Diego Zoo Safari Park launched an effort to examine the reproductive systems of southern white rhinoceros brought to San Diego in an attempt to save their near-extinct cousins.

Group Awarded $689K To Protect San Diego County Coastal Areas

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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A partnership of San Diego governments and organizations was awarded a federal grant to protect coastal areas that could be endangered by El Niño and climate change.

San Diego's Image Problem With Big Tech

Feb. 2
Midday Edition
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When big tech companies like Google and Facebook are asked to consider locating offices in San Diego, they decline. Why? San Diego's workforce lacks the scientific, engineering and tech talent they need.

Are New California Solar Fees Unfair To Non-Solar Users?

Feb. 2
Midday Edition
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On Thursday, the CPUC raised fees for solar panel owners, but did not approve the higher charges requested by the state's utility companies, including San Diego Gas & Electric. California's goal is to move the state toward the use of renewable energy sources, but how exactly do you charge for sunlight?

Why A San Diego Scientist Swabbed His Newborn Daughter With Bacteria

Feb. 1
By David Wagner
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We’re all born naked, but we’re not all born with the same coat of microbes — and that may have a lasting impact on health.

San Diego-based Illumina Inc. Announces Genotyping Partnership

Feb. 1
By City News Service
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The San Diego-based biotech company Illumina Inc. will partner with two universities and a pair of healthcare organizations for a pilot study that will involve genotyping large sample collections.

More Electric Car Charging Stations Coming To San Diego County

Jan. 29
By City News Service
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A pilot program by San Diego Gas & Electric to install 3,500 electric vehicle charging stations at 350 sites throughout its service territory has been approved by the California Public Utilities Commission.