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UC San Diego-Led Expedition Documents Ancient Land and Sea Sites in Israel

September 18, 2017

A team of archaeologists from the University of California San Diego and two leading Israeli universities has wrapped up a three-week expedition to document two major sites in Israel using the latest in 3D scientific visualization technologies.

From the Sea to the Stars

October 3, 2019

…researched the physiology of deep-diving animals including emperor penguins in Antarctica and elephant seals in Northern California. A trained scientific diver, she studied emperor penguins above and below the ice in Antarctica during four research expeditions to the remote, icy continent. Space Research In an interview with This Week@UC San…

Medal Honors Scripps Icon Walter Munk’s Lifetime of Science and Exploration

March 4, 2014

…director not for movie making but for his historic dive to the deepest point on the planet, an expedition in which Cameron relied heavily on the scientific and engineering expertise at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.

Remains of U.S. Pilot Recovered offshore Vietnam

August 2, 2021

U.S. Air Force Maj. Paul A. Avolese, 35, killed during the Vietnam War, was officially accounted for by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) on Sept. 21, 2020. The recovery and identification of Maj. Avolese’s remains were a direct result of a Project Recover and DPAA partner initiative in V

New Fish Species Discovered at Remote Islands Off Mexico’s Pacific Coast

February 28, 2024

A team of scientists including Ben Frable of UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography have discovered a new species of tropical fish during an expedition to the remote islands of the Revillagigedo Archipelago off Mexico’s Pacific coast.

Graduate Students Critical to UC San Diego Success Story

June 19, 2012

…to sea and research-based SCUBA diving,” said Frieder, a recipient of several fellowships. “I hope that my research will make great strides in understanding how changing ocean climates will affect marine populations, with an emphasis on the local coastal habitats of San Diego.” Chirag Patel, Jacobs School of Engineering Many…

Two Missing World War II B-25 Bombers Documented by Project Recover Off Papua New Guinea

May 23, 2017

Two B-25 bombers associated with American servicemen missing in action from World War II were recently documented in the waters off Papua New Guinea

Star Traveler

October 22, 2015

…and land survival techniques, SCUBA diving, Russian and Japanese language lessons and basic medical skills, as well as more advanced training, such as orbital mechanics, space station onboard systems orientation, use of the station’s robotic arm, Extravehicular Activity exercises (space walks) and regular flights on a T-38 jet, among other…

Take the Leap

June 7, 2022

…ocean, this may mean scuba diving or using a robotic submersible to carry us into the water. In space, we may do a space walk or use a robotic spacecraft to complete our explorations. What draws me toward both pursuits is the spirit of exploration—going a little bit further, taking…

Q&A with Garry MacPherson

November 14, 2011

…of your job: The diversity of issues I get to address Favorite way to be sustainable: Recycling and making conscious choices to reduce my environmental impact Favorite technology/gadget: Digital technology, especially photography Favorite way to spend $10: Purchasing a few ice cream cones and sitting down with my daughters to…

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