While perusing groceries at the Haight Street Market, The Scoop staff spied a travesty in the freezer aisle: a pint of ice cream that cost a whopping $11.50 (by comparison, a pint of Ben and Jerry’s costs about $4.50).

A new evening dental clinic at UCSF is offering orthodontic care to low-income patients at nearly one-tenth of the typical cost.

Despite all the challenges faced by the LGBT community, doors are opening, according to Stuart Gaffney, a policy analyst at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. 

During my last trip to New York City, I learned two very important lessons. The first is to never look up and take in the sights while walking, because you will step in an absurd amount of dog poop.

Got a long incubation time to kill? Waiting for your cells to spin? Bored in between classes? In class?  This week, we suggest a new tumblr, “WTF, Evolution?,” for some educated time-wasting.


Online “knowledge network” improves post-publication review process

Perhaps you’ve come to the point in your training where you need to travel to distant locations at odd hours, and you’ve decided you really need a car.

The 2013 home earthquake-preparedness talks begin this week and will run through August.

Living in the second-densest city in the United States, most San Franciscans don’t have much space for private gardens.  And while the city mandates composting, most people here don’t have room for their own compost bin out back.  The Garden is a

Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Immunology, Cell Biology, and Neuroscience.