The largest-ever study of blood proteins in leatherbacks — Earth’s largest sea turtle — was released recently by Mote Marine Laboratory, revealing some of the fascinating biology behind one of nature’s most demanding life cycles.
Before Dr. Eugenie Clark earned world renown as the founding “Shark Lady” of Mote Marine Laboratory, she studied fishes in theRed Sea — where vibrant coral reefs entice divers from around the world and where Mote science is unfolding in exciting new ways today.
Now Dr. Clark is returning to the Red Sea to celebrate her 92nd birthday, and you can join her by registering for a special trip from April 29-May 6.
Manatee Buffett chose the Denver Broncos while his half-brother Hugh chose the Seattle Seahawks to win the 2014 Super Bowl.
All eyes are now on Buffett, who has chosen correctly for the past six years.
Scallop restoration efforts in Sarasota Bay got a boost Saturday, Dec. 14, when high schoolers, community volunteers and scientists gathered to prepare space for a new bay scallop nursery at Mote Marine Laboratory.
Research on ocean acidification and climate change — major threats to coral reefs — took a leap forward during a recent international workshop in Israel, where scientists and students from six nations exchanged knowledge and partnered for a marathon of intensive, novel studies.