15th annual youth-led initiative provides hands-on learning opportunities during 4-H STEM Month and throughout the year October is 4-H STEM Month. Rutgers Cooperative Extension has teamed up with Cooperative Extension at Cornell University in New York to bring educators from across two states to the New York Aquarium for an immersive full-day professional development experience. […]

On Monday, October 3, three American scientists have been welcomed to the premises of the AGOA Sanctuary as part of an opportunistic collaboration. Our scientists are taking advantage of the deployment of an American glider in the waters of the French West Indies to attach a hydrophone to it and test a data collection method. […]

Ocean News & Technology Young Professional Award: Presented to an MTS member, 35 years of age or younger, who has demonstrated leadership in the Society and works in a professional capacity in management, engineering, or research and development in a marine technology field. Recipient – Ms. Cassidy Gonzalez-Morabito, Systems Test and Integration Engineer, L3Harris Ms. […]

Rutgers works closely with many different partners in the MARACOOS network to make ocean observation data continuous, accurate, and impactful to the maritime community. Many different universities and agencies work together within MARACOOS to power understanding and prediction of ocean and coastal observing systems enabling better decisions through better data. Mid-Atlantic ports handle 25% of […]

Congratulate Tim Stolarz who successfully defended his master’s thesis this afternoon.  His thesis was titled “”Understanding Ocean Highways: Trends in Surface Currents and Divergence in Urbanized Coastal Margins For a Predictable Ocean” He delivered an excellent presentation during which he was asked aspect of the masters did he enjoy the most, the field work, science […]

Rutgers Marine Field Station stands at the heart of where climate change is happening the fastest in the world, providing a unique and crucial window into the future for researchers. A former U.S. Coast Guard station, the building located on the Mullica Hill Estuary in Tuckerton, New Jersey, was transformed into a research facility when […]

Rutgers installed a MARACOOS sponsored 13 MHz High Frequency radar in Holgate, NJ this past spring.  The property holder is Long Beach Township, a long partner in HF radar ocean observing.  This is the fourth HFR station the township has agreed to host.  The station is currently collecting surface current and wave information.  Special thanks […]