NOAA Awards a Total of $10.8 Million to Four Minority Serving Institutions to Train Next Generation of Scientists

NOAA’s Office of Education announced that it has awarded grants totaling $ 10.8 million to four lead minority-serving institutions across the country to train and graduate students who pursue applied research in NOAA-related scientific fields.

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U.S. and Indonesian Scientists Find Biodiversity Runs Deep in Sulawesi Sea

New submarine volcanoes, a large hydrothermal field with a thriving exotic animal ecosystem and areas rich with deep-sea ocean animals are among the discoveries reported today by U.S. and Indonesian scientists who explored the largely unknown deep Sulawesi Sea last summer off the coast of Indonesia.

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Beneath Dead Sea, Scientists Seek Natural History

Scientists are extracting a record of climate change and earthquake history, and their early findings are “changing everything we thought we knew.”

Read the full article in the New York Times.