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Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but strangely enough, that’s not part of their sex appeal. Lorian Schweikert thought that glowing patterns […]

Post doctoral researcher is a shark DNA detective

Post doctoral researcher is a shark DNA detective

Diego Cardeñosa first chased after a shark when he was 11 years old. He was on with a scuba diving […]

Corals have a secret weapon against a warming climate

Corals have a secret weapon against a warming climate

Rising ocean temperatures are killing coral reefs, but researchers discovered corals have a secret buried in their genes that just […]

FIU@Home: Create a food chain mobile

FIU@Home: Create a food chain mobile

Hannah Velasco contributed to this article. During FIU’s Camp Inspire, campers learned about ecosystems and food chains. Counselor-In-Training, Hannah Velazco […]

If there’s an ocean, chances are there are sharks

If there’s an ocean, chances are there are sharks

Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Yannis Papastamatiou grew up thinking Britain was not a great place to be […]

How DNA tech is cracking down on illegal shark fin trade

How DNA tech is cracking down on illegal shark fin trade

Diego Cardenosa saw the real-life impact of his work within 24 hours of defending his Ph.D. The news of the […]

Bracken-Grissom appointed assistant director of Coastlines and Oceans Division

Bracken-Grissom appointed assistant director of Coastlines and Oceans Division

Heather Bracken-Grissom has made groundbreaking scientific contributions. Known for her expertise in evolution, biodiversity and conservation of marine animals and […]

Sylvia Earle at Aquarius during 2012's Mission Aquarius

Women aquanauts speak out on living underwater at Aquarius

Fifty years ago, an intrepid group of female marine scientists embarked on a historic mission to live and work beneath […]

Global study reveals sharks are functionally extinct from many reefs

Global study reveals sharks are functionally extinct from many reefs

A landmark study by Global FinPrint reveals sharks are absent on many of the world’s coral reefs, indicating they are too rare […]

Plastic pollution makes a mess of the oceans

Plastic pollution makes a mess of the oceans

If you were to gather up all the plastic trash thrown into the ocean each year, it would weigh as […]