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Study Uncovers Surprising Melting Patterns Beneath Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf

Casts new light on threats to Antarctica’s largest ice shelf

Scripps graduate student Travis Courtney. Photo by Lark Starkey.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Travis Courtney

Geosciences graduate student is researching how climate change is affecting coral reef structures

The seaweed Digenea simplex on the beach.

Scientists Develop New Production Method for Seaweed Chemical Used in Brain Research

Researchers find an affordable and effective way to produce kainic acid, an important natural chemical used by neuroscientists

Scripps graduate student Allison Cusick

Scripps Student Spotlight: Allison Cusick

Oceanography graduate student is researching how water from melting glaciers affects phytoplankton in the Arctic and Antarctic

Research Highlight: Rapid Global Switch to Renewable Energy Can Save Millions of Lives Annually

Scientists assess impact of fossil energy and air pollution on health, climate and rainfall

Rapid Global Switch to Renewable Energy Can Save Millions of Lives Annually

Scientists assess impact of fossil energy and air pollution on health, climate and rainfall

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniel Conley

Marine biology graduate student is studying how corals react to different environmental conditions

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