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Scripps Scientist Receives Prestigious Award from Oceanographic Institute of Monaco
Pioneering deep-sea expert Lisa Levin to receive the Prince Albert I Grand Medal for science

Clingfish biology inspires better suction cup
New devices can hold up to hundreds of times their own weight

Ken Melville: 1946-2019

Obituary Notice: Ken Melville, 1946-2019
Physical oceanographer and former Scripps deputy director revolutionized study of waves, air-sea interaction

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Sarah Aarons, Julia Diaz, Dovi Kacev, and Amina Schartup

Four New Faculty Members Join Scripps Oceanography
Scripps welcomes Sarah Aarons, Julia Diaz, Dovi Kacev, and Amina Schartup to its academic ranks

Biological oceanographer Lisa Levin describes deep-sea organisms to students during a recent field course. Photo: Cody Gallo

Taking the Heat
Scripps researcher contributes to major international report showing dangerous consequences of a warming ocean

New Climate Change Studies Minor Prepares Future Leaders
Solutions-based curriculum equips students to be next climate action heavyweights

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Ken Melville: 1946-2019

Obituary Notice: Ken Melville, 1946-2019
Physical oceanographer and former Scripps deputy director revolutionized study of waves, air-sea interaction

Scripps Oceanography graduate student Grant Batzel.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Grant Batzel
A passionate PhD student who makes the most out of his time at Scripps to study the slipper snail and become a well-rounded scientist

SURF Program 2019: Student Profiles
The 2019 SURF Fellows spent a summer conducting research at Scripps Oceanography and gaining important insight on careers in science

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