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Tube Worm Slime Displays Long-Lasting, Self-Powered Glow Marine organism’s bioluminescence could inspire new eco-friendly, long-lasting light sources
Apr 27, 2020
Scripps Oceanography Director Margaret Leinen Four from UC San Diego Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Scripps Oceanography Director Margaret Leinen among the 2020 class
Apr 24, 2020
Scripps Student Spotlight: Karen Gutierrez Scripps graduate student inspired by geosciences, history, and anthropology to pursue research in paleoclimatology
Apr 23, 2020
Satellite measurements of SSTs, averaged during June-Aug. of 2019. Reds are warmer than normal, blue are colder than normal. New Study Looks at How the “Blob” Came Back Scripps Oceanography and CIRES scientists find that weak winds in the Pacific drove record-breaking 2019 summertime marine heat wave
Apr 21, 2020
El Niño Impacts on Southern California Estuaries Reveal Potential for More Frequent Closures Winter storms in 2015-2016 emphasized vulnerability of estuaries that have natural, intermittent mouth closures, compared to those which stay open throughout the year
Apr 14, 2020
A biogeochemical Argo float deployed in the Southern Ocean. Photo: Channing Prend Scientific Resilience During a Pandemic An aborted research cruise makes the most of the return journey home
Apr 09, 2020
Photos: CDIP, Erik Jepsen, UC San Diego Research in the Time of COVID-19 Despite a deserted campus, some essential Scripps research programs carry on
Apr 09, 2020
Coral-Inspired Biomaterials Could Lead to Highly Efficient Biofuel Production Biologists and engineers design 3D printed corals that could help energy production and coral reefs
Apr 09, 2020
A Scientist’s Life: Sarah Aarons Earth scientist studies the role dust plays in shaping ecosystems
Apr 08, 2020
Salinosporamide strains on an agar plate (photo by Nastassia Patin) Deep Sea Anti-Cancer Drug Discovered by Scripps Scientists Enters Final Phase of Clinical Trials Microbe from the ocean floor is a promising new treatment for glioblastoma, the cancer that killed Sen. John McCain
Apr 08, 2020
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