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A&M-CC Ph.D. Student Uncovers New Carbon Cycle Information

Sep 11, 2017
One graduate assistant was able to contribute to the scientific understanding of carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in our ocean waters thanks to the confidence she gained at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

Island University Receives Quarter Million Dollar Grant for Drone Research

Sep 06, 2017
Since the introduction of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), they have been found to be a versatile technology that can contribute to a variety of fields, including national packaging services that deliver mail to assisting governments across the globe. Staying at the forefront of this technology, Dr. Junfei Xie, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi has been awarded $224,322 for UAS research by The National Science Foundation (NSF). This new grant will allow Xie to develop a networked airborne computing platform to enable advanced research in UAS exploration. This computing platform, which integrates communication, control, networking, and computing capabilities, will enable a broad range of new applications, such as intelligent transportation, emergency response, infrastructure monitoring and precision agriculture.

Island University Provides UAS Imaging and Survey Support to Rockport Post-Harvey

Sep 06, 2017
According to CNN, Hurricane Harvey was the strongest storm to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Charley in 2004 when it hit the Texas Coast on Aug. 25.

Call for Submissions for new “Harte of the Gulf” Film Competition

Sep 06, 2017
Aspiring filmmakers are invited to turn their lens to the Gulf of Mexico and submit their works to the first-ever Harte of the Gulf Film Competition.