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Esteemed Scripps Climate Scientist Appointed as the Edward A. Frieman Presidential Chair in Climate Sustainability

Veerabhadran Ramanthan selected as inaugural holder of faculty chair that honors legacy of late Scripps director

New Research is the First to Relate Antarctic Sea Ice Melt to Weather Change in the Tropics

Diminishing sea ice translates to warmer ocean, more rain, and stronger trade winds

Portraits of three women scientists

Celebrating Women in Science at Scripps Oceanography

Q&A featuring reflections from three Scripps scientists in honor of Women’s History Month

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniela Faggiani Dias

A PhD student hailing from Brazil seeks new ways to understand the mechanisms that enable scientists to make accurate climate predictions

Portrait of a smiling man in a laboratory

A Scientist's Life: Greg Rouse

Aboard research vessels and inside Scripps' oceanographic collections, this marine biologist studies the evolution and biodiversity of marine invertebrates

A compilation of profile photos of five Black scientists and staff members

Celebrating Black Excellence at Scripps Oceanography

Black History Month-inspired Q&A featuring five stellar members of the Scripps community, ranging from faculty to staff to students

smart 2.0 natural compounds

"SMART 2.0" Revolutionizing Identification of Natural Compounds

Organic chemistry tool developed at UC San Diego is speeding up drug discovery, toxicological analysis, and more

Nearshore excavation with newly developed barge system at Biblical port of Tel Dor, Israel. Photo: Anthony Tamberino, SCMA

UC San Diego Receives $1.3M from Koret Foundation to Support Binational Collaboration on Marine Archaeology Research

Three-year gift will support scientific collaboration between the Scripps Center for Marine Archaeology and the University of Haifa in Israel

Scripps Student Spotlight: India Dove

A recently-graduated marine biology student analyzes the changes in the population size structure of Nassau Grouper to assess their recovery from overexploitation

Photo of the Week: Scripps in the Sky

Studying atmospheric rivers by flying through them

Portrait of a smiling woman wearing a blue sweater, a tree is seen in the background

A Scientist's Life: Sarah Gille

Physical oceanographer uses array of instruments and technologies to study circulation and change in the Southern Ocean

Study Shows Acceleration of Global Mean Ocean Circulation since 1990s

Influence of greenhouse gas emissions cited as contributing cause

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