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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

Thawing permafrost on Canada's Herschel Island. Photo: Gonçalo Vieira / Nunataryuk

Climate Destabilization Unlikely to Cause Methane ‘Burp’
Researchers say ancient periods similar to today suggest only minor release of methane

Former Scripps graduate student Nathan Moss searches for potentially therapeutic natural products. Photo: Bailey Miller

“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

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Thawing permafrost on Canada's Herschel Island. Photo: Gonçalo Vieira / Nunataryuk

Climate Destabilization Unlikely to Cause Methane ‘Burp’
Researchers say ancient periods similar to today suggest only minor release of methane

Photo of the Week: Scripps in the Sky
Studying atmospheric rivers by flying through them

A Scientist’s Life: Sarah Gille
Physical oceanographer uses array of instruments and technologies to study circulation and change in the Southern Ocean

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

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

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniel Yee
Scripps PhD student pursues research in molecular and cell biology of diatoms responsible for a large portion of the planet’s photosynthesis and oxygen production

Scripps Student Spotlight: Kayla Wilson
A PhD student studying the biochemistry of marine sponges seeks new ways to help improve human health

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