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A&M-Corpus Christi Professor Researches Threatened Reef Sanctuary

Aug 16, 2018
Colorful corals cover sea mountains 115 miles out into the Gulf of Mexico and provide a home to corals, fish, sharks, crustaceans, and jellyfish. The northernmost coral reef in the continental United States is part of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, one of 14 federally designated underwater areas protected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. However, the habitats and protection this reef offers to our marine life could be threatened, according to Hu.

High School Student's Drones Take Flight at 2018 UAS Summer Institute

Jul 31, 2018
From conceptualization to realization, high school students got hands-on experience with creating and flying their own Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi’s College of Science and Engineering 2018 UAS Summer Institute.

Island University Professor Fights Fatigue with 45+ Years of Research

Jul 26, 2018
Sleep is a beautiful thing, but many of us often neglect its true value. Dr. James Miller, adjunct faculty in the College of Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, has spent more than 45 years researching what we can do to fight fatigue.

New Summer Course Explores Science-Based Animal Husbandry Techniques at the Texas State Aquarium

Jul 20, 2018
During the new summer course, Island University students learned everything there was to know about what it takes to run an aquarium.