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Trilobites GAH!

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Hi everyone! This book is available now, exclusively through the Exploratorium at https://transact.exploratorium.edu/e-commerce/itemShowStore.aspx?Dep=Ihjf3nJlzHZ4PPmPncn7OA==&Cat=YmU4sIF+cRG56m6KJi05+w==&It=6x62A9EoDzs=.  It will be available on Amazon in February.

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How we're teaching your future doctor.

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What do you hope science achieves in the next 10 years? Leave your response in the comments. 

Ten years ago, UCSF opened the doors of its first research building at Mission Bay, launching a new community in an area of abandoned rail yards. Today, the area has developed into a "bioscience ecosystem," with UCSF -- the nation's largest public biomedical research university -- as its hub. Around the campus is a growing cadre of life science companies, startups and venture capital firms that are translating the university's research into companies and products to improve health worldwide. Also underway is the state-of-the-art UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, which will open in February 2015 and set a new standard in patient-centered care, safety and translating discoveries into advances in treatment for children, women and cancer patients.

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Students at UCSF have just begun studies in a new, state-of-the-art anatomy learning center equipped with interactive iPad textbooks, giant video displays and roving cameras that will allow them to observe, discover and come to understand, in a new way, the complex architecture of the human body.

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Ranjit and his mom let me interview them both about the emotions they experienced when he, a star athlete in high school, lost his leg to a tumor. Check out the short slideshow:

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Little gems spotted in the Sunset...
Inner Sunset, San Francisco, California
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Anything missing? I could've done without Charlie Sheen.

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Protesters outside UCSF after Regents Meeting.
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