Dissolving Batteries To Power Swallowable Medical Devices Of The FutureSomeday soon, you may be able to swallow a non-toxic, battery-powered device for diagnosing and treating diseases.
Forget Parking: Number Of Cars In The Bay Area RisingIt might not be rising as fast as the population, but the number of cars in San Francisco competing for a finite amount of land on which to drive and park is going up.
Stanford Bans Hard Liquor At Undergraduate Campus PartiesStanford University is banning hard liquor at undergraduate parties on campus, in the wake of the Brock Turner sexual assault case.
Tesla Claims Model S Version Now Fastest Production Car In The World From 0-60Tesla Motors says a version of the Model S electric car is now the quickest production car in the world from zero to 60 miles per hour.
Lego Store Opening In San FranciscoSan Francisco’s first Lego store is opening Friday and will have special giveaways through the weekend.
Oakland Beats San Francisco For Growth In Rental, Home PricesSan Francisco housing prices are high, but the fastest rate of growth in both rents and purchase prices is in Oakland.
Epipen Price Soars 400 Percent As Drug Company Holds MonopolyThe cost of life saving epipens have soared 400% since its maker Mylan acquired the product in 2007, and now Congress wants to know why.
Bay Bridge Now Busiest Before 6 AM, MTC Officials SayFor years, traffic data compiled by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission showed that the busiest part of the morning commute on the Bay Bridge was between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Port Of San Francisco Signs Deal To Process Car ShipmentsAfter losing most of its cargo shipping business to Oakland in recent decades, the Port of San Francisco has signed a 15-year deal to process car shipments at Pier 80.
Pee Problem In BART Elevators Prompts $340K ProjectBART is getting creative in tackling a pee problem on their elevators.
Sex Pioneer, 'Good Vibrations' Founder Joani Blank DiesFriends say the founder of Good Vibrations died earlier this month, at the age of 79 in Oakland, as she lived, facing a terminal illness head-on, and talking about it without shame.
Face Masks Popular For Air Pollution Protection May Not Be EffectiveSome of the face masks that people all over the world, particularly in Asia, wear to protect themselves from air pollution may not be so effective.

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