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UC San Diego To Install 2.5 Megawatt Energy Storage System

Sept. 29
By City News Service
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A 2.5-megawatt storage system with enough capacity to power about 2,500 homes will be installed at UC San Diego next year.

San Diego Company Gets Approval To Use Drones For Commercial Filming

Sept. 25
By David Wagner
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The Federal Aviation Administration has given Aerial Mob and five other companies license to film movie and television scenes from the sky, via drone.

Cyberspace: New Frontier Of Civil Rights Movement

Sept. 23
Midday Edition
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In her new book "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace," law professor Danielle Keats Citron says cyber harassment is endemic and offers a set of recommendations for change that she says remain respectful of the First Amendment.

Educators at STEM Symposium Work to Bridge Achievement Gaps

Sept. 23
By Matthew Bowler
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San Diego's Convention Center is hosting 3,000 educators as they work to encourage more girls and woman to study science, technology, engineering and math, at the second STEM Symposium.

San Diegans Wait In Long Lines To Get New iPhone

Sept. 19
By City News Service
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iPhone fanatics spent the night outside stores in San Diego Thursday night or joined lines early Friday to get their hands on Apple's latest products, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

San Diego Neuroscientists Find Unexpected Pathway To Depression

Sept. 18
By David Wagner
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San Diego neuroscientists have discovered an unusual connection leading to a part of the brain associated with depression.

Stem Cells Give San Diego Scientists Useful Portrait Of Schizophrenia

Sept. 11
By David Wagner
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San Diego scientists take a neurochemical fingerprint of schizophrenia. And they do it without probing the brains of lab mice.

FDA Approves Weight-Loss Drug Developed By La Jolla Company

Sept. 11
Associated Press

The drug is approved for use by people who have a body mass index of 30 or higher, which is the level at which people are considered to be obese. It is also approved for use by people with a BMI of 27 or higher who also have a weight-related medical condition such as diabetes.

Weak El Niño Unlikely To Bring Drought-Relief To San Diego

Sept. 8
By Susan Murphy
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A mild El Niño is now projected, dampening hopes for a wet winter in San Diego. But some good news — the Pacific is too warm for La Niña to develop, which typically brings dry conditions to Southern California.

Despite Rise Of ISIS, Isis Pharmaceuticals Will Keep Its Name

Sept. 4
By David Wagner
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The rise of ISIS has triggered some rebranding efforts among organizations unlucky enough to share a name with the terrorist group. But one Carlsbad-based drug company is holding off on a name change.

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