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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

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Grad Program Seeks To Keep Americans Safe And Secure
Texas A&M's graduate program in homeland security is equipping those students working in public safety and national security with a broad understanding of homeland security issues and strategies.(more...)


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Large Dead Zone Growing In Gulf Of Mexico
Steve DiMarco, professor of oceanography at Texas A&M and one of the world's leading experts on the Gulf of Mexico dead zone says the area affected covers roughly 3,100 square miles. (more...)

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New Medium May Be Useful For Health, Biofuel Production
Texas A&M System scientists have developed a new medium for the cultivation of beneficial microorganisms that can help improve feed efficiency in animals, combat malnutrition in humans and more. (more...)

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Texas A&M's Journey Through SEC Inaugural Season
Relive the university's first year in the Southeastern Conference, beginning from the hiring of Athletic Director Eric Hyman and ending with a record-high finish in the Learfield Directors' Cup. (more...)

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Windmills On Water: An Energy Solution
Bert Sweetman, an associate professor at Texas A&M at Galveston is investigating a new class of cost-effective offshore wind turbines that could help answer the demand for more resources of alternative energy. (more...)

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