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Scripps Alumna Highlight: Veronica Tamsitt
No stranger to the sound of opportunity knocking on her door, Veronica Tamsitt PhD ‘18 sails the Southern Ocean to understand global climate

National Archive photo of USS Abner Read at left; Project Recover image of gun turret from stern sunk Aug. 18, 1943, at right.

NOAA-funded Project Recover Discovers Stern of World War II U.S. Destroyer off Remote Alaskan Island
Researchers from Scripps Oceanography, University of Delaware collaborate on find

Three Scripps-Led Panels in Consideration for SXSW 2019
Voting now open through Aug. 30

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The Gulf Stream, part of the larger Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation system. Photo: NASA

Research Highlight: Climate Model Predicts Faster Warming for the North Atlantic Ocean
As aerosol emissions decline, heat uptake in the North Atlantic could increase dramatically

Photo of the Week: Rays in Sunshine
Bat rays flock to La Jolla Shores

Photo of the Week: Lander Wrangling
Bartlett Lab tests equipment for collecting deep-sea microbes

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Scripps alumna Jesse C. Traller

Scripps Alumna Highlight: Q&A with Jesse C. Traller
With a passion for science and degrees from Scripps Oceanography and UC San Diego, alumna Jesse C. Traller ’08, MS ’16, PhD ’17 is tackling the challenge of improving the world using algae as the fuel for change

Rear Admiral Brian Brown

Scripps Alumnus Highlight: Q&A with Rear Admiral Brian Brown
Rear Admiral Brian Brown, MS ‘87, recently appointed to serve as commander of Naval Information Forces

Kate Furby

Scripps Alumna Selected as AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellow
Kathryn Furby to write for the Washington Post in her commitment to humanize science

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