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Tangled Sea Turtle Rescued During IODP Expedition

May 7, 2021

Currently working in the South Atlantic, the NSF-funded International Ocean Discovery Program expedition saved a turtle while completing their engineering efforts.

Jason Sylvan Receives Simons Early Career Investigator Award

May 7, 2021

The Texas A&M oceanographer was recently honored by the Simons Foundation.

iSeaTurtle App Expands to Track Turtles Over the Entire Texas Coast

May 3, 2021

Following a successful period of tracking sea turtles in Matagorda Bay, the turtle sighting app is expanding to cover the Texas coast thanks to a partnership between Texas Sea Grant and Turtle Island Restoration Network.

New Oceanography Undergraduate Scholarship Endowed by Hal Schade

Apr 27, 2021

The Peni M. Basse Memorial Scholarship in Oceanography will help support students for decades to come.

Texas A&M Former Students And Scientists Contribute To First Flight On Mars

Apr 26, 2021

Aggie geoscientists played a crucial role in the development of the Mars rover Perseverance and its helicopter companion Ingenuity.

Geosciences Students Establish National Association Of Black Geoscientists Chapter And Host First Event

Apr 23, 2021

The Black Voices in Geoscience virtual event was hosted by the new Texas A&M chapter of NABG on April 20.

GeoX 2021 Will Be Free, Virtual And Open To All High School Students

Apr 22, 2021

Applications are due June 10 for the College of Geosciences' Exploration Summer Program to be held virtually June 21-July 2.

What If Humans Could Communicate With Whales?

Apr 22, 2021

A new research project involving Texas A&M University scientists and Project CETI will study the vocalizations of sperm whales.

Oceanography Graduate Student Awarded Schlanger Ocean Drilling Fellowship

Apr 21, 2021

Texas A&M oceanography graduate student Ronnakrit Rattanasriampaipong was selected as a recipient of IODP’s Schlanger Ocean Drilling Fellowship.

Student Forecasters Keep Aggieland Weather-Aware

Apr 21, 2021

Meteorology students gain unique experience providing broadcasted forecasts to local radio and TV stations.

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