- Aug. 6
If you’ve been on the web recently, you probably have heard about a Russian hacking gang that stole more than a billion user names and passwords. Here's how to beef up your security.
The serum used to treat two American aid workers infected with the Ebola virus was developed based on research conducted in San Diego.
- Aug. 4
Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, infected with Ebola while working in West Africa, were given ZMapp, a drug created by Mapp Biopharmaceutical in San Diego.
- July 29
They look ugly and lifeless from the shore. But beneath the water's surface, offshore oil rigs in California harbor rich ecosystems that some people want to want to preserve.
- July 28
The PulsePoint app is designed to get help to victims of sudden cardiac arrest in the critical moments before paramedics arrive. Only 8 percent of such patients survive, according to county officials.
- July 25
The state of California is turning to the “cloud” for its computing and data storage needs. It launched a cloud computing system Thursday for use by state and local government agencies.
- July 22
Less than two weeks after ending talks aimed at merging with a major university in Southern California, the Scripps Research Institute has announced the resignation of its president, Mike Marletta.
- July 14
A robotic mule - affectionately named "Cujo" by the Marines in charge of testing it - is getting its first try at helping troops carry heavy loads as part of RIMPAC 2014 in Hawaii.
- July 9
The merger would have allowed the Scripps Research Institute to receive less of its $310 million annual operating budget from the National Institutes of Health, and would have added to USC's prestigious life-science institutes.
Former ABC correspondent Lynn Sherr discusses her new biography "Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space."