Scripps News Archives

Complete Roster of Scripps Oceanography COP23 Press Events Available Online
Faculty, students covered range of science topics at climate talks
Nov 21, 2017
Catherine Constable and William Gerwick Six UC San Diego Professors Named 2017 AAAS Fellows
Scripps Oceanography professors Catherine Constable and William Gerwick among 2017 AAAS Fellows
Nov 21, 2017
Scripps Oceanography researcher V. Ramanathan in 2015 video "Bending the Curve" New Multicampus Undergraduate Course Gets Students Involved in Climate Change Solutions
Scripps Oceanography the origin of "Bending the Curve"
Nov 20, 2017
NASA Astronaut Jessica Meir Orbits Back to Scripps Campus for a Visit
Scripps alumna delivered keynote address at Blue Tech Week, engaged in roundtable discussion with students, and participated in Facebook Live Q&A during visit
Nov 20, 2017
Photo of the Week: Undergraduates, Ahoy!
Cruise off Point Loma introduces students to ocean and atmospheric science
Nov 16, 2017
Coral reef researchers canvas a reef in Palmyra. Scripps Scientists Use Photomosaic Technology to Find Order in the Chaos of Coral Reefs
First results from the 100 Island Challenge
Nov 15, 2017
Major Charles Bolden Jr. speaks with Scripps students. Flying into Scripps with Major General Charles Frank Bolden Jr.
Former NASA Administrator visits Scripps to accept the 2017 Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest; engages with students to inspire scientific and global change
Nov 14, 2017
Scripps alumna Loren Shure. Scripps Alumna Strikes a Balance Between the Technical and the Arts
Loren Shure, PhD ’82, inspires Scripps students during campus visit
Nov 13, 2017
Hog Reef_Bermuda Corals_Scripps Oceanography Study of Bermuda Corals Finds Temperature Is Most Influential Factor on Coral Growth
Observations of Bermuda coral reefs find that gradual ocean warming may increase growth rates, but only if below a temperature ‘tipping point’
Nov 10, 2017
Scripps students and alumna Scripps Students Lead Fourth Annual Symposium
Scripps graduate students come together to present innovative research to the community
Nov 08, 2017
Rendering of SOARS instrument for replicating ocean-atmosphere systems in laboratory setting National Science Foundation Awards Scripps Oceanography $2.8 Million to Develop Advanced Ocean and Atmosphere Simulator
First-of-its-kind simulator will replicate a range of ocean conditions and generate near-gale-force winds in controlled setting
Nov 08, 2017
MAS MBC students MAS MBC Program Now Accepting Applications for 2018
January 11, 2018 application deadline for the Master of Advanced Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (MAS MBC) program at Scripps
Nov 03, 2017
Scripps Oceanography researchers conducting fieldwork in the southern Sierra Nevada. Scripps Oceanography Receives $3 Million NOAA Grant to Help Decisionmakers Prepare for Hazards and Extreme Events
Program will focus on climate-driven impacts to environmental resources in California and Nevada
Nov 02, 2017
COP23 delegates Maya deVries (right) with Emily Kelly in Maui, Hawaii as part of the 100 Island Challenge. August 2017 From the Field: Stepping out of the lab and onto the floor of COP 23
by Maya deVries, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar Sandin Lab, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Nov 02, 2017
Photo of the Week: Gulper eel
Marine biology undergrads sample life at sea
Nov 02, 2017
Napoleon wrasse Around the Pier: Scripps Supporters Dive into Adventure in Palau
Immersive diving and learning experience guided by Scripps scientists
Nov 01, 2017
The ability of organisms such as this fluorescing brittlestar to use radio frequencies to sense to be tested in RadioBio Research Highlight: Can Organisms Sense via Radio Frequency?
A team of UC San Diego researchers awarded grant to find out
Oct 31, 2017
Making interactions with humans safer for blue whales among others subject of two new research efforts. Photo: Eddie Kisfaludy Around the Pier: Two Research Advancements Seek to Make Ship-Whale Interactions Safer
Improvement in ship noise monitoring and initiative to spur creative solutions to whale strikes
Oct 31, 2017
The ability of organisms such as this fluorescing brittlestar to use radio frequencies to sense to be tested in RadioBio Can Organisms Sense via Radio Frequency?
A team of UC San Diego researchers awarded grant to find out
Oct 31, 2017
Negotiators at a 2015 UNFCCC meeting in Bonn, Germany Research Highlight: Seventy Percent of Climate Pact Signatories Include Oceans in Their Climate Change Action Plans
Small island countries score highest in new survey; large countries including U.S. do not mention oceans in plans
Oct 30, 2017
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