Satellite view of the Baltic Sea on July 8, 2005 showing surface accumulations of cyanobacteria Research Highlight: See You in Three Years Researchers find that toxic blooms of cyanobacteria happen at regular intervals in the Baltic Sea. Why they are so regular is anyone’s guess.
Apr 30, 2018
Photo of the Week: Beach Teach Undergrads learn about the geologic record from La Jolla shore and cliffs
Apr 27, 2018
Scripps grad student Leticia Cavole Scripps Student Spotlight: Leticia Cavole Marine biology graduate student is studying the effects of climate change on fish growth
Apr 27, 2018
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
Apr 24, 2018
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
Apr 23, 2018
Scripps CO2 Group Director Ralph Keeling in the lab Video: How Scientists Measure Carbon Dioxide in the Air A 60th anniversary tour of the process behind the Keeling Curve
Apr 23, 2018
Photo of the Week: Twice as Nice Sun shines through sampling nets off California coast
Apr 20, 2018
Undergraduate students at Scripps Oceanography aboard a cruise on R/V Robert Gordon Sproul. Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences Among New Majors Offered at UC San Diego Undergraduates get hands-on training to tackle real-world issues
Apr 17, 2018
Scientists Matthew Alford (left) and Thomas Peacock at sea during study of potential seabed mining effects, February 2018 Collaborative Scientific Research Is Needed to Inform the Future of Seabed Mining There’s an opportunity to establish guidelines before operations to extract valuable minerals from the ocean becomes widespread, researchers say
Apr 17, 2018
Photo of the Week: Gateway to Science Researchers probe past climate change in Nepal
Apr 13, 2018