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America’s Cup Sails into San Diego Bay—and Scripps Oceanography Makes It ‘More Than a Sport’

December 13, 2011

…San Diego Bay—and Scripps Oceanography Makes It ‘More Than a Sport’ Press Conference Panel Howling winds and pouring rain didn’t deter the crews of sailors and crowds of sailing fans who lined San Diego Bay for the start of the America’s Cup World Series during an unseasonably cool Saturday in…

Keeling Curve Receives Continuation Funding from Eric and Wendy Schmidt

October 15, 2020

…grants support Keeling Curve, ocean pH programs, key indicators of global warming Wendy and Eric Schmidt. Photo by Spencer Brown. The Keeling Curve carbon dioxide measurement—the long-term atmospheric measurement that alerted the world to human-induced climate change—will receive $1 million in continuation funding from philanthropists Eric and Wendy Schmidt, Scripps…

Many Reasons for Optimism at Scripps Institution of Oceanography as It Moves Deeper into Second Cent

December 13, 2011

…at Scripps Institution of Oceanography as It Moves Deeper into Second Century of Discovery Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications For more than a century, Scripps Institution of Oceanography has been on the leading edge of ocean, atmospheric, and earth science. And academia. The creative drive of forward-thinking Scripps leaders led…

UC San Diego Announces Teams for Blue Tech Accelerator

November 4, 2021

…Diego startups are tackling ocean challenges in startBlue Program With the announcement of the first cohort of startups in its startBlue Accelerator program, UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management and Scripps Institution of Oceanography are leaning into their role as a major source of innovation focused on the world’s…

Flying Lab to Investigate Southern Ocean’s Appetite for Carbon

January 6, 2016

A team of scientists including geochemists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is launching a series of research flights this month over the remote Southern Ocean in an effort to better understand just how much carbon dioxide the icy waters are able to lock away.

Can Signs of Life be Detected from Saturn’s Frigid Moon?

December 5, 2023

Researchers from UC San Diego have shown unambiguous laboratory evidence that amino acids transported in the ice plumes of Saturn’s moon, Eceladus, can survive impact speeds of up to 4.2 km/s, supporting their detection during sampling by spacecraft.

Joseph Reid: Science Expert in Global Ocean Circulation

April 8, 2015

Joseph L. Reid, professor emeritus of physical oceanography in the Integrative Oceanography Division at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, and renowned expert in ocean circulation, died of natural causes on April 2, 2015, at his home in Del Mar, Calif. He was 92.

All Aboard

October 20, 2016

…at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego is taking its mission to interpret Scripps research to new depths with the launch of Expedition at Sea: R/V Sally Ride, a dynamic new exhibit where visitors will experience the sights and sounds of life and work aboard…

Russ Davis: 1941-2022

July 18, 2022

Russ Davis, a scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego who invented some of the most transformational ocean-observing instrumentation in history, died June 9, 2022, at the age of 81.

Scientists Call for New Stewardship of the Deep Ocean: Earth’s Last Frontier

February 20, 2014

…Stewardship of the Deep Ocean: Earth’s Last Frontier Scripps scientist warns that growing industrialization threatens the deep ocean’s ecosystems The deep ocean, the largest domain for life on Earth, is also its least explored environment. Humans are now encroaching more vigorously than ever into the ocean’s deep regions, exploiting the…

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