Before PhD student Emelia Chamberlain headed to the research vessel Polarstern, we asked her about what’s needed on an Arctic expedition.
The evolution of underwater apparel.
When descendants look back at our era, they may sum it up with one word: Plastic.
A graduate student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography has made a discovery that could help unravel the mystery of juvenile mantas.
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 […]
Conversation with Walter Munk to cap series of events at UC San Diego honoring Munk’s life and achievements.
UC San Diego launches Scripps Center for Marine Archaeology to study influence of marine environments on ancient societies.
Scripps researcher studies waves to help better forecast weather and climate
Scripps alumnae Emily Callahan and Amber Jackson have made it their mission to dive below the surface to oil and gas platforms to determine the best possible “afterlife” scenario for these complex structures.
Scripps oceanographer Jules Jaffe and his team have developed a new underwater microscope to image marine microorganisms in their natural settings without disturbing them.
This year’s atmospheric impact goes well beyond storms.
From city council to the admiral’s seat, from genetic ingenuity to inventing the Dothraki language—and not to mention winning the Nobel Prize—this year’s alumni honorees are truly cause for celebration.
Scripps Alumna Jessica Meir Trains for Space Walk Astronaut Jessica Meir, Ph.D. ’09, undergoes extravehicular activity training at […]
Crowdsourcing hits the high seas to support research. The research vessels of Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) at […]