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Scripps Researchers Use DNA To Explore Mystery Of Sudden Death

Dec. 10
By Kenny Goldberg
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Researchers at the Scripps Translational Science Institute hope to solve the mystery of sudden unexplained death by using genetic sequencing.

New San Diego Data Chief Wants To Get Government Records In Public's Hands

Dec. 10
By Tarryn Mento
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The city of Boston lets citizens track its spending online. In Oakland, public records requests are posted on the city's website. Government tools like these may be coming to San Diego.

Navy Returns NASA's Orion Spacecraft After Test Flight

Dec. 9
Midday Edition
By KPBS
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A Navy ship, the USS Anchorage, delivered the capsule to Naval Base San Diego and unloaded the 11-foot-tall cone around 10 p.m. PST Monday.

NASA's Orion Spacecraft Due To Arrive In San Diego

Dec. 8
KPBS News & Associated Press
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NASA's newest space vehicle, Orion, is heading to San Diego after accomplishing its first test flight and splashing down off Mexico's Baja peninsula.

NASA's Orion Splashes Down After Historic Test Flight

Dec. 5
Associated Press
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'There's your new spacecraft, America:' NASA's Orion splashes down after critical test mission.

NASA Scrubs Orion Launch, Will Try Again Friday

Dec. 4
Associated Press
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Wind gusts and a sticky rocket valve forced the Cape Canaveral launch team to call off Thursday's attempt to send Orion into orbit on its first-ever test flight.

How San Diego Is Pitching In For NASA's Orion Test Flight

Dec. 3
By David Wagner
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San Diego engineers built crucial parts of NASA's spacecraft, and Navy ships stationed here will haul it ashore after it splashes down in the Pacific Ocean.

How Your Idle Computer Can Help Scientists Outsmart Ebola

Dec. 3
By City News Service
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By granting scientists access to your idle computer or Android device, you can help The Scripps Research Institute build a virtual supercomputer dedicated to identifying drug compounds to treat Ebola.

These Mice Got Healthier Not By Eating Less, But By Eating Less Often

Dec. 2
By David Wagner
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In a new study of mice, San Diego researchers show that timing of meals can be as important as what's on the plate.

San Diego-Based USS Anchorage To Recover NASA Space Capsule Orion (Video)

Dec. 2
By Beth Ford Roth
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The USS Anchorage is heading out to sea to take part in NASA's groundbreaking Orion space capsule project. NASA is depending on the San Diego-based ship to recover the Orion after its first test launch into space on Dec. 4.