Game Changer

Mote Raises $52 Million in 21 Months

Its biggest-ever fund raiser will greatly expand Mote Marine Laboratory.

11/30/2016 By Susan Burns

Research

Mote Scientist Awarded Grant to Study Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms include the toxin-producing algae Karenia brevis, which causes red tide.

11/16/2016 By staff

Sponsored Content

Mote Awarded $500,000 NFWF Grant

The money will go toward monitoring fisheries in the Gulf.

10/18/2016 By staff

Food

Mote Scientist to Receive White House Honor

On Friday, Oct. 7, the White House will recognize Kevan Main, a senior scientist at Mote Marine Laboratory, as one of 12 “White House Champions of Change for Sustainable Seafood.”

10/06/2016 Research by staff

Appointments

Tervis President Joins Mote Board

Rogan Donelly recently joined Mote Marine Laboratory's Board of Trustees.

09/20/2016 Research by staff

Weekend Planner

Your Top 7 Things to Do: Aug. 18-24

Splash Bash at the Y, Mote’s Fins & Fun Family Festival, One Night Rodeo at the White Buffalo Saloon and more.

08/17/2016 By Ilene Denton

New hires

Mote Hires New Facility Rental Coordinator

New hire Allison Whitten says she hopes "to have vendors and other wedding and event planners recommend Mote to more of their clients."

08/16/2016 Research by staff

Education

Mote Inks New Partnership with University of Guam

Mote Marine Laboratory and the University of Guam Marine Laboratory last week signed a memorandum of understanding that will provide opportunities for teaching partnerships and more.

08/09/2016 Research by staff

Weekend Planner

Your Top 11 Things to Do: June 16-22

Louie Anderson at McCurdy’s Comedy Theatre, Summer Circus Spectacular, Maks & Val of Dancing with the Stars and more.

06/16/2016 By Ilene Denton

Weekend Planner

Your Top 11 Things to Do: June 2-8

Sarasota Music Festival opens, Mote’s World Oceans Day Family Festival, Savor Sarasota and lots, lots more.

06/02/2016 By Ilene Denton

Biz Daily

SK Rum Releases Label Benefiting Mote

New SK toasted coconut labels feature a manatee.

05/18/2016 By staff

Science

Mote Scientists Study Fish in Flood Control Canals

During April, Mote researchers are using seine nets to catch and release fish throughout the county’s largest canal system, which drains into Phillippi Creek.

04/15/2016 Research by staff

941CEO Daily

This Week's Good Deeds

Rum sales for sea turtles, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation grants, a Suncoast Waterkeeper fundraiser and more.

03/10/2016 Research by staff

Gentle Giants

Florida Manatee Population Reaches Record Highs

One of the first species listed as endangered on the 1972 Endangered Species Act, the Florida manatee population now numbers more than 6,300.

03/01/2016 By Hannah Wallace

941CEO DAILY

Mascot Race Promotes Mote Run for the Turtles

Run for the Turtles takes place April 2. The 5K, 1-mile run is Mote’s longest-standing fundraiser.

02/23/2016 Research by staff

Coral Catastrophe

What You Can Do for Coral Reefs

Mote researchers share what you can do at home to help conserve coral reefs.

By Rick Morgan

Castro's Coasts

Cuban Waters Provide New Opportunities and Challenges for Mote Researchers

Cuban waters provide an unspoiled treat for Mote researchers, but this might not last forever.

By Rick Morgan