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Scripps grad student Regina Guazzo

Scripps Student Spotlight: Regina Guazzo
Biological oceanography graduate student uses acoustic technology to study gray whale migration

Photo of the Week: Quad Squad
Drone helps survey changing landscape of Los Penasquitos Lagoon

Scripps alumna Dominique Barnes leads New Wave Foods, a company that develops plant-based seafood alternatives.

The Shrimp That Isn't
Scripps alumna Dominique Barnes disrupts seafood, not ocean ecosystems

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Samples of phytoplankton collected by scientists in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica

Photo of the Week: Life under the Ice
Researchers investigate how iceberg calving affects Antarctic marine life

Photo of the Week: Crushed Ice
Collecting glacial ice to study fjord ecosystems in the Southern Ocean

A robot inspired by eels in a Birch Aquarium at Scripps tank. It is meant to be as non-invasive to natural habitats as possible.

Research Highlight: Transparent Eel-like Soft Robot Can Swim Silently Underwater
Scripps researcher bases optical properties of robot on those of eel larvae

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Rear Admiral Brian Brown

Scripps Alumnus Highlight: Q&A with Rear Admiral Brian Brown
Rear Admiral Brian Brown, MS ‘87, recently appointed to serve as commander of Naval Information Forces

Kate Furby

Scripps Alumna Selected as AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellow
Kathryn Furby to write for the Washington Post in her commitment to humanize science

William Easterling, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation.

Q&A with William Easterling, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation
Easterling, head of the Directorate for Geosciences, discussed his vision for NSF and funding priorities during a recent visit to Scripps Oceanography

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