Scripps News Archives

Beach surveys via ATV. Photo: Daron Case Just Add Sand
Sand nourishment projects aim to preserve California’s iconic sandy beaches
Apr 09, 2018
Brice Semmens (right) participates in a Google Hangout at a grouper spawning aggregation site. Photo: Joshua Stewart Research Highlight: Grouper Moon Project Uses Scripps Science to Revive a Caribbean Fish
The Nassau Grouper is in the midst of a comeback thanks to conservation and technology
Apr 05, 2018
The marine worm Trilobodrilus ellenscrippsae is named for Scripps' founding benefactor Around the Pier: Species Named for Scripps Founding Benefactor
Researchers select Ellen Browning Scripps as namesake of annelid found on La Jolla Shores
Apr 04, 2018
SXSW panelists Around the Pier: Scripps Oceanography Leads Coral Tech Panel at SXSW
Interactive SXSW panel highlighted innovative technology used to study coral reefs
Apr 02, 2018
Photo of the Week: Nearby Nudibranch
Grad student photographs colorful mollusc under Scripps Pier
Mar 29, 2018
Scripps alumnae Tegan Blaine, Cody Hooven, Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, and Jill Weinberger Around the Pier: Q&A with Four Scripps Alumnae in STEM Careers
During women's history month, conversations with four alumnae continuing the mission of Scripps Oceanography in their professions
Mar 29, 2018
Photo of the Week: Knee-deep in the Data
Postdoc measures streamflow for atmospheric river research
Mar 23, 2018
Rendering for the proposed reconstruction and modernization of the Charles and Beano Scripps Center for Coastal Studies Scripps Family Contributes $4.6 Million Towards Two Crucial Scripps Oceanography Projects
Family members continue century-long legacy of support of research institution
Mar 22, 2018
Srripps alumnae Women’s History Month: Four Scripps Alumnae in STEM Careers
Q&A with four alumnae who are continuing the mission of Scripps Oceanography in their professional endeavors
Mar 22, 2018
William Easterling, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation. Q&A with William Easterling, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation
Easterling, head of the Directorate for Geosciences, discussed his vision for NSF and funding priorities during a recent visit to Scripps Oceanography
Mar 19, 2018
Photo of the Week: Science on Sleds
Stranded students and instructors do research with dogsleds, pointy sticks
Mar 16, 2018
 New study shows ability of plankton like these diatoms to acquire iron is sensitive to ocean acidification Research Highlight: Key Biological Mechanism is Disrupted by Ocean Acidification
Inability of phytoplankton to acquire iron imperils marine ecosystems
Mar 14, 2018
 New study shows ability of plankton like these diatoms to acquire iron is sensitive to ocean acidification Key Biological Mechanism is Disrupted by Ocean Acidification
Inability of phytoplankton to acquire iron imperils marine ecosystems
Mar 14, 2018
Jane Willenbring in the field in Antarctica A Scientist’s Life: Jane Willenbring
Geologist studies 'the science of scenery'
Mar 08, 2018
Scripps researcher Tyler Cyronak and test chambers in a study of ocean acidification effects on coral reef sediments in Bermuda Research Highlight: Acid Ocean Poses Increased Reef Loss Risk
International team projects effect of diminishing supply of key building element
Mar 05, 2018
An amphipod collected by DOV Audacia from more than 8,000 meters (26,200 feet) deep off Chile Photo of the Week: Deep Dive Find
Lander developed by longtime Scripps engineer dives to record depth off Chile; collects marine life
Mar 02, 2018
The shadow of National Center for Atmospheric Research aircraft on Southern Ocean clouds. Photo: Bryan Rainwater/Colorado Univ. Research Highlight: ­­Scripps Joins Mission to Understand a Major Southern Ocean Climate Influence
The world’s most pristine clouds happen to be in the place with the world’s roughest weather
Mar 01, 2018
The shadow of National Center for Atmospheric Research aircraft on Southern Ocean clouds. Photo: Bryan Rainwater/Colorado Univ. ­­Scripps Joins Mission to Understand a Major Southern Ocean Climate Influence
The world’s most pristine clouds happen to be in the place with the world’s roughest weather
Mar 01, 2018
Antenna installation on a microwave tower to connect a nearby fire station to HPWREN. Courtesy of HPWREN/SDSC CENIC Recognizes Technology Projects to Combat California Wildfires
Scripps HPWREN program among awardees
Feb 21, 2018
Scripps oceanographer Dean Roemmich at 2007 ceremony commemorating deployment of 3,000th Argo float National Academy of Engineering Adds Scripps Oceanographer to Its Ranks
Dean Roemmich to join two other living Scripps members
Feb 21, 2018
R/V Sally Ride at sea. Scripps-Led Research Team to Study Sediment Plumes at Sea
Upcoming cruise aboard R/V Sally Ride will examine sediment plumes to assess the environmental impacts of deep-sea mining
Feb 16, 2018
Amazon photo https://www.flickr.com/photos/justo_ruiz_photogrpher/3304338363 Pioneering Scripps Earth Scientist Awarded by the European Geosciences Union
Meinrat Andreae to receive Alfred Wegener Medal & Honorary Membership for groundbreaking research in geosciences
Feb 15, 2018
Students learn about circuits in a classroom. Sally Ride Science Junior Academy Offers Summer STEAM Adventures
Junior Academy instructors include graduate students and educators from Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Feb 14, 2018
Film screening Salty Cinema Series Brings Global Discussion on Plastics to the Big Screen
Scripps Oceanography MAS alumni make a big splash with environmentally conscious film screening series
Feb 13, 2018
A blue whale surfaces off the coast of Southern California. Recordings Spout Secrets Behind Blue Whale Behavior
More than 4,500 sounds from the world's largest animal analyzed
Feb 12, 2018