Please see the special complimentary invitation to view the film Becoming Cousteau followed by a Q&A with James Cameron and director Liz Garbus below. People can RSVP here https://rsvp.nationalgeographicevents.com/_ee0ed. Once you have RSVP’d you will receive a confirmation email. Continue reading Becoming Cousteau Movie Premiere
Here is another Continuing Education opportunity for you from the comfort of your home. Registration is required. Continue reading Channel Islands Maritime Migration
Join the American Cetacean Society, San Diego Chapter for their next event in the Speaker Series. Jodi Frediani will be talking about “Lions & Leopards & Whales, Oh My!: Photographing marine wildlife around the globe” The virtual event is free and will be held on November 10 at 7pm. Jodi Frediani, Santa Cruz based award-winning photographer and whale researcher, has been swimming with and photographing … Continue reading Lions, Leopards and Whales, Oh My!
This year the San Diego Undersea Film Festival is again free to everyone due to COVID-19. This is your opportunity to watch several short entries to the film festival from the safety of your home. The films are available between October 15 through October 25. For more information visit sdufex.com. Continue reading Watch the 2021 Undersea Film Festival
This article comes from Wired.com Eric Niiler 10.27.2020 08:00 AM A California team will use a robotic vehicle to study tiny seafloor creatures, hoping they might yield new compounds to fight viruses and cancer. ON WEDNESDAY, A crew of technicians will hoist a remotely operated vehicle dubbed Hercules from its berth on an oceanographic research vessel down into a patch of ocean about 150 miles off the Southern … Continue reading These Oceanographers Want to Turn Marine Slime into Drugs
Why is Sweden building the world’s largest algae factory? From Euronews.com A Swedish start-up is building the world’s largest algae factory to create emission-reducing seaweed feed for cattle. But how do you reduce greenhouse gases from the world’s most polluting animal? 4 per cent of the world’s methane emissions currently come from cattle, which is two times higher than the whole aviation industry put together. … Continue reading Seaweed to Cow Feed