Methane produced by cows is responsible for over 60% of harmful greenhouse agricultural emissions in California. Dr. Luke Gardner, and other Moss Landing scientists, research how adding warm water non-invasive species of algae to cattle feed can significantly reduce methane production.
Dr. Nyssa Silbiger travels California's tidepools studying how the isolated pools react to the dramatic daily changes in pH. Using tidepools as a natural experimental space, Silbiger can determine how the organisms adapt to changes in water chemistry and apply this knowledge to better understand the effects of ocean acidification.
Dr. Jue and a team of scientists characterized the great white shark genome in order to study its unusual resistance to cancer, and its remarkable ability to heal quickly from wounds.
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