Mote Aquaculture Park — Mote’s sustainable fish farming facility in eastern Sarasota County — launched a pioneering project this fall to advance marine aquaponics: farming seafood while using the wastewater to fertilize salt-loving crops.
Electric vehicles and other eco-friendly technologies showed their power Saturday, Sept. 20, during “Electrify the Island”: the Sarasota-based festival for the nationwide celebration National Drive Electric Week.
A video from Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium and its marketing firm, Paradise Advertising & Marketing, won a Henry Award — first prize for its category in the Flagler Awards for tourism marketing — on Monday during VISIT FLORIDA’s 47th Annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism.
Mote Marine Laboratory is proud to announce the arrival of Dr. Andrea M. Larsen and Dr. Emily Smith — two outstanding additions to the world-class marine science and public outreach efforts central to Mote's guiding blueprint, the 2020 Vision and Strategic Plan.
A new project under way in Malaysia is focused on a vulnerable population of dugongs with the goal of using findings to help save the nation’s dwindling population and improve human health along the way.