Many people outside of the Gulf Coast region are not aware of the large population of Vietnamese residents who live across this area, in concentrated communities from Texas to Alabama.
Eight scientists from Florida State University (FSU) and the University of West Florida (UWF) visited schools in Tallahassee and Pensacola to interact with and help students understand the long-term effects of the spill.
Science that is understandable is science that is used.
The GoMRI Research Board – a group of twenty science, public health, and research administration experts – convened a Public Health Workshop on July 30th, 2013, to discuss the most pressing needs for future public health related research.
GoMRI congratulates Dr. Clint Dawson, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics and Edward S. Hyman Endowed Chair in Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, for receiving the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Career Prize in Geosciences.
Scientists at Florida State University are examining the mechanics behind oil transport, including changes to Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and the roughness of surface water that an oil slick could affect.
Scientists studying the impact of oil in the Gulf of Mexico perform experiments on everything from sand to water to sea life.
GoMRI congratulates one of its own – Dr. Hank Ashbaugh for receiving the prestigious Helmholtz award.
Middle and high school teachers in Florida put on their sea legs, boarded the R/V Weatherbird II, and conducted science that matters to their students and communities.
North American and European expertise to improve quick and effective response to future oil spills and minimize their environmental impact.