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Bioluminescent Worm Found to Have Iron Superpowers
New Scripps-led study finds common sea worm produces ferritin eight times more efficiently than humans

Scripps MAS student Brant Chlebowski

Around the Pier: Triton Innovation Challenge Awards Forward-Thinking Scientists
Innovative spirit in full swing at UC San Diego’s environmentally-focused business competition

Birch Aquarium's Loggerhead Sea Turtle is fitted with a 3-D Printed brace for her shell.

Brace Yourself — 3-D Technology Helps Sea Turtle Thrive
Birch Aquarium teamed up with the UC San Diego Library’s Digital Media Lab to 3-D print a brace for its Loggerhead Sea Turtle

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explorations now | Ocean & Earth Science Magazine

R/V Sally Ride at sea

From the Field: Night Shift in the Santa Barbara Channel
UC Ship Funds program supports research by UC Santa Barbara students

Photo of the Week: Cold Hands, Warm Heart
Birch Aquarium, UC San Diego Library’s Digital Media Lab print brace for turtle

Researchers remotely operate a JetYak to obtain data from glaciers

A Scientist’s Life: Fiamma Straneo
Physical oceanographer studies interplay between Greenland's glaciers and a warming ocean

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Complete Roster of Scripps Oceanography COP23 Press Events Available Online
Faculty, students covered range of science topics at climate talks

Major Charles Bolden Jr. speaks with Scripps students.

Flying into Scripps with Major General Charles Frank Bolden Jr.
Former NASA Administrator visits Scripps to accept the 2017 Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest; engages with students to inspire scientific and global change

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

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