The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded NOAA $5 million to support the conversion of the Mauna Loa atmospheric baseline observatory in Hawaii to […]
Record-breaking marine heatwaves, increasing greenhouse gas concentrations, an above average hurricane season, and numerous deep sea discoveries made 2023 a busy year for NOAA Research. Let’s explore some of our top stories from 2023!
Nearly 100 NOAA scientists and staff contributed to the Fifth National Climate Assessment. Among this group were 35 authors, 13 chapter leaders, 20 members of
This year, Kristen Schepel from NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory is participating in an employee exchange (known as a detail) with the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in Washington, D.C. Her assignment: Help patent examiners and others at the USPTO understand climate change and the need for innovations that can help predict and measure its impacts.
NOAA recently announced that Deborah Lee, director of NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL), is being credentialed as an Envision Sustainability Professional by the
We invite you to join us in celebrating National Ocean Month with NOAA Research! Learn about some of the exciting work NOAA Research teams conduct around the globe to better understand the ocean.
When Diane Boratyn first decided to grow macroalgae – more commonly known as seaweed – on land to support her plant-based skincare company, she knew about the health benefits of seaweed but lacked the know-how to cultivate it consistently on a commercial scale. She quickly learned that it would take large-scale production of seaweed in order to be competitive in expanded markets.
On December 2, 2022 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA issued its Fiscal Year FY 2023 Phase I Notice of Funding Opportunity for the
The NOAA Small Business Innovation Research SBIR Program awarded approximately $5.9 million in Phase II SBIR grants to 12 small businesses. This seed funding will
The Biden-Harris Administration named Sarah Kapnick, Ph.D., as NOAA’s chief scientist today. Kapnick will serve as the senior scientist for the agency, advancing policy and