Scripps News Archives

Scripps Oceanography Researcher Receives Young Investigator Award
Researcher is among the 36 awardees from the Office of Naval Research program
May 29, 2015
Two students stand in front of artwork Artistic Display Brings Zooplankton into Focus
UCSD student’s new art show inspired by collaboration with the Jaffe Lab at Scripps
May 20, 2015
South China Sea internal waves seen from space. Photo: NASA and Global Ocean Associates Study of Giant South China Sea Internal Waves Provides First-Ever View of Their Entire Life Cycle
Emerging science could revise sea-level rise predictions, improve undersea navigation, and revolutionize understanding of how nutrients reach coastal marine ecosystems
May 05, 2015
North Pacific Right Whale Research Highlight: The Sound of Hope
Rare whale species heard off continental U.S. for the first time in more than 20 years
Feb 09, 2015
Scripps engineer Shannon Scott investigates wreckage off Pacific Island  nation of Palau New Technology Enables Historic Finds
In connection with Veterans’ Day, GoPro and CBS series “60 Minutes” profile World War II recovery effort by Scripps and partners
Nov 06, 2014
Research Highlight: U.S. and Indian Research Centers Take Part in Multinational Effort to Understand a Key Monsoon Variable
Scientists aboard R/V Roger Revelle embark on study of the influence of ocean dynamics on vital climate pattern
Jul 29, 2014
Students and Scripps screw stand next to R/P FLIP. All Aboard FLIP!
Group of engineering students enjoy rare opportunity to spend weekend onboard FLIP
May 05, 2014
Around the Pier: Scripps Oceanography Laboratory Building Awarded LEED Platinum
First laboratory building at UC San Diego to achieve status
May 01, 2014
A Scientist's Life: Ana Sirovic
An interview with Scripps marine acoustician Ana Širović
Feb 05, 2014
Research Highlight: Tuned in to Whale Behavior
Audio recordings lead to possible acoustic identification of five rare beaked whale species
Jan 09, 2014
Birch Aquarium at Scripps Announces Winter Perspectives Lecture Speakers
Topics include grouper fish and echolocation
Nov 06, 2013
Scripps Oceanography Director Margaret Leinen speaks to an audience after being introduced by Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla. New Vice Chancellor for Marine Sciences Creates Vision for Scripps Oceanography
Leinen Describes Appeal and Challenges of Managing Institution
Oct 24, 2013
Margaret Leinen Scripps Welcomes Margaret Leinen as Director
Vice Chancellor for Marine Sciences and Dean of the School of Marine Sciences Joins Scripps Oceanography at UC San Diego
Oct 01, 2013
Margaret Leinen Margaret Leinen Named Scripps Oceanography Director
UC San Diego Vice Chancellor will lead Marine Sciences
Jul 25, 2013
Samantha Schaeffer, Michael Mahoney, and Josh Jones. Around the Pier: Profiles in Diversity: Call of the North
Innovative education and outreach program brings students underrepresented in the sciences together with cutting-edge research
Jun 07, 2013
 Defense Funding Awarded to Four Scripps Oceanography Researchers Defense Funding Awarded to Four Scripps Oceanography Researchers
Funds support acquisition of instruments from California, Massachusetts manufacturers and new field research
May 29, 2012
Around the Pier: Hearing Footsteps under the Ocean
Scripps graduate student attempting to create a sonic census of marine animals using BAS tanks as test beds
May 04, 2012
Scripps Scientists to Develop 'Swarms' of Miniature Robotic Ocean Explorers Scripps Scientists to Develop 'Swarms' of Miniature Robotic Ocean Explorers
Drifters designed to fill in gaps of ocean knowledge, contribute to areas ranging from marine protected areas to harmful algal blooms
Nov 10, 2009
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