Around the Pier

News on awards, events, and other goings-on within the Scripps Oceanography community

Around the Pier: Could Algae Kill Two Birds with One Stone? Around the Pier: Could Algae Kill Two Birds with One Stone?
New collaboration will test organism’s ability to consume greenhouse gas and create an energy source
Aug 08, 2012
Around the Pier: Academics Rate Scripps One of the World’s Best Places to Work
A survey by The Scientist magazine lists Scripps among the top 15 “Best Places to Work in Academia” internationally
Aug 03, 2012
Academics Rate Scripps One of the World’s Best Places to Work
A survey by The Scientist magazine lists Scripps among the top 15 “Best Places to Work in Academia” internationally
Aug 02, 2012
Around the Pier: A Legendary Scripps Day
Scripps Friends and Family celebrate in aloha style as the sun sets on another great year at Scripps
Jun 29, 2012
Scripps’ one-of-a-kind FLIP turns 50
Unique research platform has served oceanographic missions across the scientific spectrum
Jun 26, 2012
Around the Pier: 'Citizen Scientists' Sought for Earth Shaking Science Project
Southern California residents called on to install mini-sensors that record earthquake data beneficial to science, emergency response and seismic safety
Jun 19, 2012
Around the Pier: Strange Truths of the Deep Sea
Artist draws inspiration from Scripps deep-sea archives
Jun 15, 2012
Strange Truths of the Deep Sea
Artist draws inspiration from Scripps deep-sea archives
Jun 14, 2012
Bioluminescence Meets Art in Paris
Scripps scientist Michael Latz teams up with internationally exhibiting artist to represent bioluminescence in the city of light.
Jun 06, 2012
Around the Pier: Bioluminescence Meets Art in Paris
Scripps scientist Michael Latz teams up with internationally exhibiting artist to represent bioluminescence in the city of light.
Jun 06, 2012
Around the Pier: Data Gaps Hamper Understanding of Small-Scale Fishing
Literature review by Scripps alumna identifies areas of research that have received inadequate attention given their importance to sustainable management of fishing
May 31, 2012
More Natural Dust in the Air Improves Air Quality in Eastern China
Literature review by Scripps alumna identifies areas of research that have received inadequate attention given their importance to sustainable management of fishing
May 30, 2012
Strangers on a Train Create an Educational Opportunity
200 Middle School Students Get a Hands-on Experience with Genomics at Scripps
May 07, 2012
Around the Pier: Strangers on a Train Create an Educational Opportunity
200 middle school students get a hands-on experience with genomics at Scripps
May 07, 2012
Hearing footsteps under the ocean
Scripps graduate student attempting to create an audio census of marine animals
May 04, 2012
Around the Pier: Hearing Footsteps under the Ocean
Scripps graduate student attempting to create a sonic census of marine animals using BAS tanks as test beds
May 04, 2012
First Roger Revelle Chair to Join Scripps
Shang-Ping Xie studies the ocean-atmosphere interactions that influence climate
May 03, 2012
Around the Pier: Inaugural Roger Revelle Chair En Route to Scripps
Shang-Ping Xie studies the ocean-atmosphere interactions that influence climate
May 03, 2012
Around the Pier: Dalai Lama Chooses Dialogue on Climate in UCSD Visit
Importance of compassion, research stressed by Dalai Lama at RIMAC
Apr 24, 2012
Around the Pier: “One on One” with the Dalai Lama
Putting a question to the spiritual leader
Apr 24, 2012
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