Photo of Jack Pan, Scripps PhD Candidate and founder of Ocean Motion Technologies Triton Innovation Challenge: Scripps Entrepreneurs Venture Beyond Barriers Three members of the Scripps Oceanography community competed in the 2018 Triton Innovation Challenge to present their blue and green technology-based startups
Jan 19, 2019
Red, yellow, and bluish coral and animals in the deep ocean. Photo of the Week: 925 Meters Down Researchers find "fantastical" setting off Costa Rica
Jan 18, 2019
Zooglider (top) with a selection of zooplankton imagery the robot has captured. Top photo: Benjamin Whitmore Research Highlight: New Robot Can Sense Plankton Optically and Acoustically Scripps biological and physical oceanographers collaborate to create first-of-its-kind sensing instrument
Jan 17, 2019
Photo of the Week: Scripps Sunset A dazzling winter sky accompanies a lone surfer
Jan 11, 2019
Images of marine invertebrate growth on plate installed off McMurdo Sound seafloor taken in 1974, 1989, and 2010 Research Highlight: How Marine Life Responds to Upheaval Recent episode in Antarctica set off a chain of ecological events and offered a study in resilience
Jan 11, 2019
At a depth of 58 meters (190 feet), Paul Dayton with a camera flash unit in McMurdo Sound, 1968 How Marine Life Responds to Upheaval Recent episode in Antarctica set off a chain of ecological events and offered a study in resilience
Jan 08, 2019
Zooglider (top) with a selection of zooplankton imagery the robot has captured. Top photo: Benjamin Whitmore New Robot Can Sense Plankton Optically and Acoustically Scripps biological and physical oceanographers collaborate to create first-of-its-kind sensing instrument
Jan 02, 2019
Research vessel Sally Ride at dock in front of orange, red and purple sunset Photo of the Week: Sally Ride Sunrise Scripps research vessel to shed light on monsoonal mysteries and more in 2019
Dec 20, 2018
The amount of data readings, or profiles, made by Argo is nearly four times the number made before Argo's start 20 years ago Argo Program Achieves Milestone with Two Million Ocean Measurements Transformative network has enabled sweeping view of large-scale, long-duration changes in all the world’s oceans
Dec 20, 2018
From left, vocal kelp forest fishes plain midshipman, garibaldi, and bocaccio. Photos: Margaret Marchaterre, Ed Bierman, NOAA Research Highlight: Monitoring Ocean Health Using Fish Sounds Acoustic fish recordings could be less expensive way to monitor marine protected areas
Dec 17, 2018
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