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Friday, January 18, 2013

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Gulf Coast Buoys Bring Bang for Texas’ Buck
A team of Texas A&M researchers have engineered the only buoy system of its kind in the Gulf of Mexico and one of the few of its kind in the world — the Texas Automated Buoy System that accurately predicts the movement of oil spills.(more...)


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End Of Football Season Produced $37 Million In Exposure
Research conducted by Joyce Julius & Associates shows that the football team’s historic finish and quarterback Johnny Manziel winning the 2012 Heisman Trophy produced more than 1.8 million media impressions, which translates into $37 million in media exposure for Texas A&M. (more...)

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12 Impacts: Class Unlocks Student Entrepreneurship
New products, business concepts and patentable inventions are regularly created by students and alumni of the Texas A&M College of Architecture's Design Process class. (more...)

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Community Partners Show Support For Kyle Field Project
Chancellor John Sharp and College Station Mayor Nancy Berry have announced an agreement in principle to support the Kyle Field redevelopment project in exchange for the use of Texas A&M facilities. (more...)

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[VIDEO] Year Of The Snake Means Be Aware, Says Prof
Jill Heatley, associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, shares helpful information about snakes, snake bites and more. (more...)

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