About $27 million will support research on the effects of the Deepwater Horizon incident on Gulf ecosystems, public health.
More than 18 terabytes of scientific data concerning the Gulf of Mexico is now available for free on one website.
Scientists from the University of Maryland and Tulane University investigated the possibility of using food-grade materials for oil spill remediation.
More than 2,400 researchers from 214 institutions have collected more than 18 terabytes of data from more than 200 scientific studies investigating life in the Gulf of Mexico.
Washington High senior Allie Fuller’s passion, among many others in marine science, is horseshoe crabs.
A panel of experts will offer critical suggestions on how post-Gulf of Mexico oil catastrophe research funds should be spent.
The Cain Department of Chemical Engineering at Louisiana State University is seeking to fill new tenure-track, assistant-professor positions in the broad research areas of “Energy” and the “Environment,” with a preferred start date of Fall 2015.
Scientists measured the speed of small, short-lived Gulf surface currents using position data from nearly 300 drifters to determine surface current impact on the dispersion of ocean contaminants.
The “ivory tower” mindset that distances academia from everyday life was nowhere to be found at the inaugural Deep-C Student Research Symposium.
What gets kids of all ages more excited than a day of hard-hitting SEC football? Robots!