A recent study by MSC postdoctoral researcher Rachel Gittman, and colleagues, quantifies the current and projected occurrence of shoreline hardening along the U.S. coast.
Despite a thwarted dive, the Third Annual (almost!) Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest yielded some beautiful marine themed Jack-O-Lanterns.
Research by MSC Associate Professor Justin Ries illustrates important relationships between environmental conditions and urchin skeletons, providing potential for improvements in historical reconstructions.
MSC Vollmer Lab researchers uses gene sequencing to identify potential disease causing pathogens in Caribbean staghorn coral.
A recent study led by MSC graduate students probed the effects of key environmental variables on the life history pattern of an ephemeral golden alga that grows on local eelgrass.
A new study by Associate Professor Steve Vollmer and recent PhD recipient Liz Hemond identifies spatial and temporal differences in gene expression in Caribbean staghorn coral.
MSC assistant professor Kathleen Lotterhos uncovers clues to environmental sustainability by using genetic analyses to study species from pine trees to Pacific rockfish.
A new study led by MSC researchers documents the battle between a coral-killing sponge, and a fast growing coral that may be able to outgrow the menacing sponge.
DNA extraction kits developed by the Ocean Genome Legacy are being used aboard the Okeanus Explorer on its current mission to explore marine life off Hawaii.
A unique collaborative project this August brought together students, educators and researchers to develop new skills in studying nature, using technology, and teamwork.