Scripps News Archives

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
Negotiators at a 2015 UNFCCC meeting in Bonn, Germany 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
Photo of the Week: High-seas Halloween
Pumping-carving contest spices up R/V Roger Revelle cruise
Oct 27, 2017
Former Vice President Al Gore is among well-wishers Video: A Salute to a Legend: Walter Munk Turns 100
Notable friends and colleagues from around the world share birthday greetings
Oct 27, 2017
Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet, USN (Ret.) (left) sworn in as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, Oct. 25, 2017. Scripps Alum Tim Gallaudet Named Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere
Duties include responsibility for conservation and management portfolio
Oct 25, 2017
Photo of the Week: A 100 for Walter Munk
Scripps community gathers to wish Walter a happy birthday
Oct 19, 2017
City of San Diego Named La Jolla Shores Boardwalk After Legendary Oceanographer Walter Munk
Dedication of “Walter Munk Way” took place on the eve of “Walter Munk Day,” Munk’s 100th birthday
Oct 18, 2017
Life under the sea in Palau. Photo: Brian Zgliczynski Scripps Supporters Dive into Adventure in Palau
Immersive diving and learning experience guided by Scripps scientists
Oct 16, 2017
Q&A with Charles Bolden, Former NASA Administrator and Astronaut
Bolden to receive Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest and deliver a presentation at a free public event at Scripps Oceanography October 17
Oct 12, 2017
Progression of surface melt on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Image: Ryan Scott Photo of the Week: Wet Winter
Animation shows how El Niño spurred large surface melt in Antarctica
Oct 05, 2017
Around the Pier: A Crowning Event to Celebrate Scripps Oceanographer’s 100th Birthday
Conversation between Walter Munk and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco to cap series of events honoring Munk’s life and achievements
Oct 05, 2017
SURF 2017 Around the Pier: SURFing into Science Research
SURF program at Scripps provides stepping-stone for diverse students considering graduate programs in earth and ocean sciences
Oct 05, 2017
A significantly drier El Niño visited Southern California in 2015-16 Research Highlight: Why Was the 2015-16 El Niño Event So Dry?
Researchers uncover clues why powerful El Niño yielded little precipitation in California
Oct 05, 2017