Underwater libraries continue to yield scientific discoveries.
When descendants look back at our era, they may sum it up with one word: Plastic.
Jessica Meir, PhD ’09, goes to extremes to advance science.
A marine ecologist at UC San Diego has been working on cultivating a type of seaweed that can help curb cow burps—one of the greatest sources of methane emissions in California.
Medical treatments for disease are found under the sea. As a neuroscience major at the UC San Diego […]
There we were: two scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, standing in the middle of an Iowa cornfield. […]
As a kid, Garfield Kwan ’13, MS ’16, often tagged along with his mother on trips to fish […]
Research technician Dave Faber hangs on as waves crash onto the deck of a Scripps Institution of Oceanography ship studying the infamous “blob.”
Video illustrates deep-sea methane seep site found 30 miles west of San Diego coast.
The debate is over: climate change is happening. The question now—what are we prepared to do about it? Researchers from across UC San Diego weigh in.
Richard and Carol Dean Hertzberg’s $5 million gift will launch the Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation at UC San Diego.
Tsz Fung Kwan, ’13 and Scripps Institution of Oceanography grad student, doesn’t just love comics — they’re part of who he is.
Watch eminent earth scientist Walter Munk recount events and personalities involved in UC San Diego’s formative years.