Scripps News Archives

Cell biologist Martin Tresguerres A Scientist’s Life: Martín Tresguerres
Marine biologist discovers what organisms have in common and what makes them distinct at cellular level
Sep 05, 2018
Research Highlight: Study Finds Waves Trap Pollutants from River Outflows Along Shore
New findings on movement of contamination from river mouths could improve approaches to pollution monitoring
Sep 04, 2018
Researchers and dive officers perform a dive near Eilat, Israel in support of marine archaelological research, July 2018. Photo of the Week: Surfacing Selfie
Scientists look for submerged signs of coastal civilzations dating to Neolithic period
Aug 31, 2018
Geneticist Svante Pääbo to Receive 2018 Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest
Evolutionary anthropologist to deliver a free public lecture at Scripps Oceanography on Oct. 3
Aug 31, 2018
Downtown Los Angeles. Photo: istock.com/MattGush California Releases New Climate Science, Planning Tools to Prepare for Climate Change Impacts
Scripps Oceanography scientists led coordination of assessment, which suggests acceleration of hazards
Aug 27, 2018
A scientific diver ascends a reef wall in Palau. Scientists Find Corals in Deeper Waters Under Stress Too
Scripps researchers use novel approach to assess temperature stress on deep coral reefs in Palau, combining sea level and temperature data sets from continuous recorders serviced by divers
Aug 27, 2018
Landsat image of Cyanobacteria in Lake Okeechobee, July 4, 2018. Photo: NASA Earth Observatory Voyager: How is climate change affecting harmful algal blooms?
Neela W., 10, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Aug 23, 2018
Photo of the Week: Icy Terminus
Scripps-led cruise studies fate of Greenland icebergs
Aug 23, 2018
National Archive photo of USS Abner Read at left; Project Recover image of gun turret from stern sunk Aug. 18, 1943, at right. Research Highlight: Project Recover Discovers Stern of World War II Destroyer off Remote Alaskan Island
Researchers from Scripps Oceanography, University of Delaware collaborate on find
Aug 21, 2018
Molecular biologist Mark Hildebrand Obituary Notice: Mark Hildebrand, Leading Algal Biofuel Scientist
Author of more than 70 research papers pioneered methods to study potential fuel source
Aug 20, 2018
Scripps Alumna Highlight: Veronica Tamsitt
No stranger to the sound of opportunity knocking on her door, Veronica Tamsitt PhD ‘18 sails the Southern Ocean to understand global climate
Aug 15, 2018
National Archive photo of USS Abner Read at left; Project Recover image of gun turret from stern sunk Aug. 18, 1943, at right. NOAA-funded Project Recover Discovers Stern of World War II U.S. Destroyer off Remote Alaskan Island
Researchers from Scripps Oceanography, University of Delaware collaborate on find
Aug 15, 2018
The Gulf Stream, part of the larger Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation system. Photo: NASA Research Highlight: Climate Model Predicts Faster Warming for the North Atlantic Ocean
As aerosol emissions decline, heat uptake in the North Atlantic could increase dramatically
Aug 14, 2018
Graduate student Rishi Sugla visits the salt flats of Jujuy, Argentina. Scripps Student Spotlight: Rishi Sugla
Geosciences graduate student uses interdisciplinary skillset to study Earth’s ancient oxygen levels
Aug 14, 2018
Three Scripps-Led Panels in Consideration for SXSW 2019
Voting now open through Aug. 30
Aug 13, 2018
Photo of the Week: Rays in Sunshine
Bat rays flock to La Jolla Shores
Aug 10, 2018
Marine biologist and documentarian Cynthia Matzke Scripps Alumna and Sally Ride Science Instructor to Embark on Arctic Expedition
Cynthia Matzke, MAS '14, will study climate issues and engage in outreach to build an understanding of environmental changes and Inuit culture
Aug 10, 2018
Virginia Pan, summer intern for the Marine Physical Laboratory at Scripps Oceanography, testing the prototype for her lab. Training Tomorrow’s Scientists: the Marine Physical Laboratory Internship Program
Fostering the interns’ curiosity and passions, the Marine Physical Laboratory at Scripps Oceanography trains today’s students to become tomorrow’s scientists
Aug 08, 2018
Photo: leolintang/IStockPhoto Still Time to Act: Impending Weather and Health Disasters from Climate Change Could Spur Progress in Cutting Emissions
UC San Diego researchers argue that terrifying insights into what humans are doing to the environment could help activists and political leaders build momentum for deep and costly cuts in emissions
Aug 06, 2018
Photo of the Week: Lander Wrangling
Bartlett Lab tests equipment for collecting deep-sea microbes
Aug 02, 2018
News media members film seawater temperature measurements at Scripps Pier, Aug. 2, 2018 Research Highlight: Highest-Ever Seawater Temperature Recorded at Scripps Pier
Sea surface reading of 25.9℃ (78.6 ℉) highest in 102 years of measurements
Aug 02, 2018
News media members film seawater temperature measurements at Scripps Pier, Aug. 2, 2018 Highest-Ever Seawater Temperature Recorded at Scripps Pier
Sea-surface reading of 25.9℃ (78.6 ℉) highest in 102 years of measurements
Aug 02, 2018
Scripps meteorologist with Air Force personnel aboard "Hurricane Hunter" aircraft. Photo: Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego A Scientist’s Life: Marty Ralph
Meteorologist pioneered study of atmospheric rivers impacting the western U.S.
Aug 01, 2018
March 2017 event in Manzanita Canyon drew nearly 1,000 4th graders to restore habitat. Photo: Ocean Discovery Institute Around the Pier: San Diego Canyon Restoration Helps a Community Prepare for Climate Risks
Removal of trash, invasive plant species improves ecology in a strip of nature surrounded by city
Jul 31, 2018
School of sardines Research Highlight: Modeling Technique Could Aid Estimates of Fish Populations
How many juvenile fish become adults in certain fisheries may be more predictable than previously thought
Jul 30, 2018