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B. 2016-04-12 Baby giraffe at Zoo only 4 days old, already 6 feet tall SF Zoo
C. 2015-09-29 Stanford, Berkeley researchers win MacArthur 'genius grants' Stanford
3. 2015-05-13 Trio of humpback whales spotted in San Francisco Bay Bay
4. 2015-04-30 Sea lion captured wandered onto streets Divisadero Street and Marina Boulevard, SF Marina
5. 2015-04-15 Crowds gathered in Pacifica to witness whale Mori Point, Pacifica
G. 2015-02-20 Eric Schmidt and wife give $10M to Monterey Bay Aquarium Google
H. 2015-01-28 Charles H. Townes, renowned physicist and Nobel laureate, dies Berkeley
I. 2014-11-19 Plant turning wastewater into drinking water San Jose
2014-10-08 Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry Stanford

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Oakland Zoo Veterinary Hospital opens
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7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park
Rare bird, chicks spotted in SF park
Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences
SF Zoo adopts tiger from Nebraska
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Harmless traces of radiation detected
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Climate Center Eyed At Polluted Shipyard
Program helps kids find carbon impact
New Lab Director To Replace Steven Chu
New Lab Director To Replace Steven Chu
Scientist Shares Nobel In Physics
2008
Academy Of Sciences Reopening
New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
Giraffe's jacket makes for comfort
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NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning
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BP Deal Questioned By Some Faculty
BP Deal Questioned By Some Faculty
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1906 Quake Simulation Unveiled
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Prof. & Grad Share Nobel Physics Prize
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Dead whale attracted large crowds
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Tiny flying robots to aid war, exploration
Lab accused of moving radioactives
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Baby giraffe at Zoo only 4 days old, already 6 feet tall Sea lion captured wandered onto streets   The Marine Mammal Center has safely captured a male sea lion. A tourist spotted the lion sitting under an SUV around 6:30 Thursday morning Charles H. Townes, renowned physicist and Nobel laureate, dies  The inventor of the laser that ultimately led to bar codes in supermarkets and tools to help surgeons in the most delicate operations was 99 Plant turning wastewater into drinking water   Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry


year 2016 Top ^

Apr.12   SF Zoo


year 2015 Top ^

Sep.29  Stanford  Stanford, Berkeley researchers win MacArthur 'genius grants'
May.13  Bay  Trio of humpback whales spotted in San Francisco Bay
Apr.30   SF Marina
Apr.15  Pacifica  Crowds gathered in Pacifica to witness whale
Feb.20  Google  Eric Schmidt and wife give $10M to Monterey Bay Aquarium
Jan.28   Berkeley


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.19   San Jose
Oct.8   Stanford
  William Moerner won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing new methods that let microscopes see finer details than they could before
Oct.1   Stanford
Jun.27   Fishermans Wharf
Jun.26  Menlo Park  Crews fight fire at Stanford linear accelerator
May.7  SF Zoo  SF Zoo officials reveal new red panda's name
May.6  Western Marin County  Rescued sea lions returned to ocean at Chimney Rock
May.1   SF Zoo
Jan.27  Campbell  Beavers, salmon returning to Los Gatos creek


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.14  Bay  Sightings of river otters in SF Bay suggest comeback
Nov.22  SF Sunset  Celebrity in science visits Lincoln High
Oct.27   Oakland Downtown
Oct.9   Stanford
  Michael Levitt is a professor and chair of Department of Structural Biology. He shares the prize with professors from USC and Harvard
Aug.15  SF Downtown  Exploratorium cuts 18% of staff as attendance lags Jul.28  Burlingame  Burlingame hotel welcomes 2nd set of nesting owls Jul.27   SF Zoo Penguin chicks graduate from fish school at SF Zoo Jun.4  Novato  Ranger helps distressed bald eagle in Marin Co. May.1   San Jose IBM researchers create world's smallest movie Apr.23  San Jose City Hall  City Hall baby falcons are three boys Apr.17   SF Downtown Exploratorium Moves to San Francisco's Embarcadero Map of Pier 15 San Francisco
  The new Exploratorium is opening at Pier 15 at the heart of the city's waterfront with three times more space for hands-on, interactive exhibits
Feb.6  Emeryville  Bomb threat cleared at Lawrence Berkeley office Jan.21   SF Marina School for boys to lease Exploratorium

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.11   East Oakland Oakland Zoo Veterinary Hospital opens
Oct.10   Stanford   Nobel Prize for Stanford prof
  Brian Kobilka, 57, won the Prize in Chemistry for his research into protein receptors that let body cells sense and respond to outside signals
Oct.9   UC Berkeley UC Berkeley grad shares Nobel in Physics
Mar.7   SF Presidio Gray whale spotted near Crissy Field Map of Crissy Field San Francisco  A gray whale has been spotted in the San Francisco Bay near Crissy Field Wednesday, Feb.1  Oakland  Baby giraffe 'Maggie' born at Oakland Zoo

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.6   Golden Gate Park 7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park
Oct.3   Marin County Sea lion being treated for gunshot wound Sep.19   Bay Scientists say SF Bay is healthier Aug.31   Vallejo Six Flags theme park has new giraffe Aug.20   SF Bayview Rare bird, chicks spotted in SF park May.5   Golden Gate Park Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences May.3   SF Zoo SF Zoo adopts tiger from Nebraska Mar.18   UC Berkeley Harmless traces of radiation detected  Nuclear engineers have detected traces of radiation on their monitors. They have said that the tiny particles pose no threat at all   Petaluma San Pablo wildlife refuge to expand

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.20   Bay Dead Gray Whale Spotted In SF Bay


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.8   Mountain View Scientist Shares Nobel In Physics
  Charles K. Kao, a Shanghai-born Mountain View resident helped link the world through fiber-optic networks. He suffers from Alzheimer's disease Jul.31   SF Bayview Climate Center Eyed At Polluted Shipyard
Apr.6  San Francisco  Program helps kids find carbon impact Jan.22  Berkeley  New Lab Director To Replace Steven Chu

year 2008 Top ^

Sep.27   Golden Gate Park Academy Of Sciences Reopening  Thousands of visitors attended the much-anticipated reopening of California Academy of Sciences, some waiting in line as early as 5:30 a Sep.21   Golden Gate Park New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
  The Academy reopened to the public after more than 10 years of planning and construction. The new $488 million building substitutes the old facility
 The old building was seriously damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
Jun.7  Moffett Field  NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning Jun.3  East Bay  Lake Boats May Be Checked For Mussels Feb.2  Oakland  Giraffe's jacket makes for comfort Jan.23  San Francisco  Rescued bird is magnificent frigatebird Jan.21  Hayward  Hayward Fault Due For Major Quake

year 2007 Top ^

Jul.11  Oakland  Scientists find dangerous chemicals in bay May.18  Berkeley  Scwarzenegger Touts Alternative Fuels Apr.20   UC Berkeley BP Deal Questioned By Some Faculty  The faculty debated academic freedom and the role of corporations on campus as $500 million energy partnership generated plenty of heat

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.29  Los Altos Hills  African bird in orchard 9K miles from home Oct.27  Livermore Lab  3 teams vie to manage nuclear research Oct.17  Mountain View  Quake Maps Reveal New Danger Zones Oct.4   UC Berkeley   Prof. & Grad Share Nobel Physics Prize
  George F. Smoot and NASA's John C. Mather won the prize for work that helped cement the big-bang theory   Stanford Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes Apr.6  SF Downtown  Webcam Views Falcons In High Rise Mar.28   San Francisco 1906 Quake Simulation Unveiled  Scientists with USGS, Livermore lab and Stanford unveiled several simulations recreating the 1906 earthquake Mar.22  San Jose  Simulator Imitates 8.0 Quake Scenario Feb.25   San Francisco New Maps Pinpoint Quake Risks  A new map shows that the land alongside rivers and streams is more dangerous

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.19  SF Zoo  New Female Tiger Jul.12   San Jose Bones Found In River Prehistoric
  A set of fossilized bones found in the mud in the Guadalupe River could be thousands of years old

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.17   SF Zoo Grizzly Bears Debut
May.7  SF Zoo  First-ever gorilla lung surgery Mar.7   SF Zoo   37-year-old elephant euthanized  Staff veterinarians euthanized a female Asian elephant named Calle because of her deteriorating health Mar.5  SF Zoo  38-year-old elephant to be euthanized

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.18  Golden Gate Park  Oldest captive fish in country turn 65 Jul.21   SF Sunset Dead whale attracted large crowds  Scientists tried to preserve the rarely seen mammal's skull and a fin May.1  San Jose  Explosions to Help Map Earthquake Faults

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.10   Stanford   Human embryonic stem cell project
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology Nov.6  San Pablo  Woman, 113, named oldest American Aug.28  Golden Gate Bridge  Tall Ships Sail Into Bay Aug.8   Intel Grove donates $5m to stem cell program
Jul.30   Sausalito Discovery Museum $18 million expansion Jul.27   UC Berkeley Tiny flying robots to aid war, exploration Jul.22   Berkeley Lab accused of moving radioactives Jul.13   Berkeley Fraudulent research Jun.4   Livermore Lab Anastasio promote to head laboratory Apr.24   Richmond State DNA laboratory opened

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.8  Livermore Lab  Top scientist to resign Aug.30   Oakland African elephant born at Zoo  After a 22-month gestation period and 5 hours of labor, Lisa gave birth to 320-pound African elephant