Mote goes ‘ReMote’ with Keys-centric education & social media

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Mote Marine Laboratory’s Summerland Key facility, The Elizabeth Moore International Center for Coral Reef Research and Restoration, is currently closed to tours and outside visitors. However, their...

A potential treatment for COVID-19?

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Joe Dituri is no stranger to hyperbaric medicine. After 28 years in the U.S. Navy, the veteran received his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering with a focus on...

Keys Weekly celebrates students who qualified for canceled statewide STEM Fair

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When the March 24 Florida State Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) was canceled, the kids from Monroe County School District who were supposed to present their projects...

Right whales safe in deeper water off North Carolina

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Good news from the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary: A mother and calf right whale (Eubalaena australis), which were spotted March 26 in the Gulf of Mexico...
City hosts “open house” for new flood maps

City hosts “open house” for new flood maps

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There won’t be any box wine or cheese platters, but residents of Marathon are encouraged to drop by City Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 4 to...
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Citizen-Scientists + New Tech = Hope for Reefs?

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In October, Explorer’s Club scientists tested a variety of new technologies at Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo. Among the researchers was mission specialist Kyle Foster, an...
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Spooky Corals! Zombie, Glowing and Chimera Corals at Mote ready for Halloween

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Holidays in the Keys tend to be a mix of traditional and tropical, with Santas in Hawaiian shirts, boat parades for the Fourth of July and SCUBA...
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A Not-So-Happy 40th Anniversary: Pythons in the Everglades

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By Antonia Florio, Science Communications Liaison, Everglades National Park Everglades National Park just had a 40th anniversary on October 24. It’s one anniversary we’d rather not celebrate. That’s...
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Sanctuary holds info session, Q&A in Upper Keys

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On Oct. 7, 230 local residents piled into the auditorium at Coral Shores High School to hear from the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and ask questions...
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Revealed: Restoration Blueprint specifics for Middle Keys

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On Sept. 30, staff from the Florida Keys National Wildlife Marine Sanctuary presented region-specific details of its Restoration Blueprint in the Marathon High School auditorium. The plan...