Press Coverage

MLML PRESS COVERAGE

Here at MLML, we are very proud of the accomplishments of our staff and students. This page is dedicated to the press coverage given to these achievements

For press or media inquiries please contact
Kathleen Donahue - Manager, Academic Program and Research Operations
kathleen.donahue@sjsu.edu or phone (831) 771-4405

Recent Press Coverage

  • 2 MLML Students Awarded at WSN 2022

    2 MLML Students Awarded at WSN 2022

    Two of Moss Landing's own graduate students in the Invertebrate Ecology lab were awarded at the conclusion of the WSN 2022 conference this Sunday for the work they presented over the weekend! Keenan Guillas was awarded the runner-up for best poster for the print of his work: "The bigger they …
  • MLML contributes to Maritime Mysteries and Monsters!

    MLML contributes to Maritime Mysteries and Monsters!

    MLML is bloody thrilled to contribute to the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History's Halloween 2022 Exhibit "Maritime Mysteries and Monsters". We are bringing the creep and ghoul!
  • New Blog Post: Does science have market value? Understanding the influence of science on the economy

    New Blog Post: Does science have market value? Understanding the influence of science on the economy

    The editors of The MLML Drop-In Blog are pleased to present a new blog post by Jason Gonsalves (MLML Physical Oceanography Lab): "Does science have market value? Understanding the influence of science on the economy", in which Jason delves into the economics of science and perspectives on its value by companies, governments, …
  • In Memoriam: Dr. Kenneth Coale

    In Memoriam: Dr. Kenneth Coale

    From The Director : It is with heavy hearts that we inform our MLML family that Dr. Kenneth Coale has died today of a sudden aortic tear in his heart. And when we think of Kenneth we think of his kind and generous heart. Kenneth received his B.A. and Ph.D. …
  • Dr. Birgitte McDonald Presenting for SJSU Scholar Series

    Dr. Birgitte McDonald Presenting for SJSU Scholar Series

    On Wednesday, April 13th from 12 to 1pm, MLML's Dr. Birgitte McDonald will be presenting her talk on "Impacts of Disturbance on Marine Mammals: Physiological and Behavioral Responses to Stressors" as a part of SJSU's University Scholar Series. Dr. McDonald is the leader of our Vertebrate Ecology Lab. You can …
  • 7 MLML Staff Earned Service Awards!

    7 MLML Staff Earned Service Awards!

    Seven current MLML staffers have received service awards from SJSU for their years of incredible work here at MLML! Some were awarded for 10 years, 20 years, and even 25 years of service helping MLML become and continue to the be the wonderful place it is today! Endless thanks to …
  • MLML/SJSU oyster restoration efforts featured in Alta Journal

    MLML/SJSU oyster restoration efforts featured in Alta Journal

    Did you know that we have an on-site oyster hatchery at Moss Landing Marine Labs? In partnership with the Elkhorn Slough Natural Estuarine Research Reserve (ESNERR), researchers from the SJSU/MLML Aquaculture Center have been growing Olympia oysters since 2018 as part of an effort to restore the species in Elkhorn …
  • New paper from graduate student Rachel Aitchison documents first record of banded guitarfish in central California

    New paper from graduate student Rachel Aitchison documents first record of banded guitarfish in central California

    Congratulations to SJSU/MLML grad student Rachel Aitchison on the publication of her first paper! Rachel’s paper describes the first record of the banded guitarfish (shown to the right) in central California. This observation represents a major northward range expansion for this species which is typically found in waters off southern …
  • Grad student Caroline Rodriguez heads to Washington, DC as Knauss Fellow

    Grad student Caroline Rodriguez heads to Washington, DC as Knauss Fellow

    We are so excited to follow MLML grad student Caroline Rodriguez’s upcoming journey to Washington, DC as a Knauss Marine Policy Fellow! The one-year Knauss Fellowship places early career professionals in federal government offices in Washington, DC. The 74 total 2022 Knauss finalists will become the 43rd class of the …
  • Alumna Sophie Bernstein ’21 publishes new paper on domoic acid transfer in marine food webs

    Alumna Sophie Bernstein ’21 publishes new paper on domoic acid transfer in marine food webs

    Congrats to MLML Ichthyology Lab alumna Sophie Bernstein ’21 on the publication of her thesis research in the scientific journal Harmful Algae! Domoic acid (DA) is a harmful marine biotoxin produced by algae that accumulates in shellfish and other marine species, especially during harmful algal blooms (HAB). In their study, …