Dispatches E-News: Realizing Dreams, Will We Ever Learn? & Top Five FAQs about Deepwater Horizon (12/11/19)

VIDEO OF THE WEEK What’s Great About This Job! “Dreams can come true.” Scientists discuss the daily joys of working in the specific concentrations they love and how their wonderment keeps them motivated. [WATCH HERE] PODCAST OF THE WEEK GulfCast: Lessons from the Past In 1989, 11 million gallons of crude leaked from the Exxon…
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Dispatches E-News: Finding Success, Fresh Memories & Ocean Currents Critical to World Weather (12/04/19)

VIDEO OF THE WEEK The Journey of Female Scientists Female scientists talk about finding success in the (still mostly) male-dominated field of marine biology and the need to get more women involved in science. These role models—including Bianca Prohaska, Ramana Sidhaye, Karen Malone, Kelly Dorgan, Lela Schlenker, and Margaret Leinen—are leading by example. [WATCH HERE]…
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Dispatches from the Gulf – Happy Thanksgiving (11/27/19)

Happy Thanksgiving! Have a wonderful holiday. Science Continually Evolves Science continually evolves. To see the latest research updates on topics in this newsletter, please visit the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative web site. The Story of GoMRI Not long after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) was created. Designed…
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Dispatches E-News: Meet John Farrington, Uta Passow Discusses Marine Snow & The $68,000 Fish (11/06/19)

VIDEO OF THE WEEK Meet John Farrington John Farrington, dean emeritus at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, found his passion for science early: During his childhood in The Whaling City, New Bedford, Massachusetts, he developed a fascination with the work of Marie Curie, which intersected with a reverence for the fishing legacy of his hometown. Ultimately, Dr….
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