Professor Joe Ayers talks with TechEmergence about how autonomous underwater vehicles are using artificial intelligence to tackle unique societal issues
MSC Professor Brian Helmuth weighs in on what is required of scientists to effectively get the word out about climate change
Research by Assistant Professor David Kimbro has found high water salinity, coupled with a conch population outbreak is the cause of a sharp decrease in oyster populations on Florida reefs.
Marine science – specifically physical and biological oceanography – may hold some of the answers to what happened to MH370.
A new study published by MSC researchers provides evidence indicating that parents exposed to predation risk may give birth to emboldened offspring.
A new study lead by MSC researchers explores how variation among individuals of a marsh consumer species may impact overall community structure and dynamics.
A new study lead by MSC researchers explores how the movement of materials and organisms between marine reserves can influence their effectiveness in conservation and management.
New work by MSC PhD student Rebecca Certner and Associate Professor Steve Vollmer identifies mechanisms by which disease can spread in endangered coral species.
A new study co-authored by Assistant Professor Tarik Gouhier illustrates how monitoring environmental variation can improve the predictive and experimental power of scientists studying the impacts of climate change on marine life.
Patterson Lab Research Technician Sara Williams has received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to begin studies at the MSC this fall