Topic: Jamie Austin

UT in the News: Tracking Sand, Creating Vaccinations

Jan. 29, 2013
UT in the News: Tracking Sand, Creating Vaccinations

The Jackson School's Jamie Austin and John Goff (from left) are among many UT scholars in demand by the media. Check out recent stories that quote our faculty.

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Watch a live webcast of an ocean expedition

April 16, 2012
Watch a live webcast of an ocean expedition

See shipwrecks, deep sea life and gas seeps in the Gulf of Mexico during an expedition led by University of Texas at Austin scientist Jamie Austin.

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Science in the headlamp

Nov. 8, 2011
Jamie Austin (in the burnt orange shirt) stands with the crew of the Exploration Vessel Nautilus in summer 2001.

Institute for Geophysics research scientist Jamie Austin explores the sea with a live global audience. Join his next expedition online.

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Explorers Invite Public to Join Historic Ocean Expedition Online

Nov. 3, 2011

Explorer Robert Ballard, who discovered the wreck of the R.M.S. Titanic in 1985, is partnering with scientists from The University of Texas at Austin and other institutions to webcast a live scientific expedition to the eastern Mediterranean Nov. 10-18. People around the world will be able to view live video feeds and submit questions 24 hours a day, seven days a week as the scientists use remotely operated vehicles to map the seafloor, study underwater volcanoes, investigate unusual life forms, explore shipwrecks and more.

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