Posted on · Seaweed is on the minds of researchers at Texas A&M University at Galveston, who are partnering with NASA to track seaweed using satellite imagery. The goal: to give beach managers a head start on removing seaweed quickly from the Texas coast. We learn more from Captain Robert Webster, a research assistant at Texas A&M-Galveston.
Posted on · As we near the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, the Houston Chamber Choir will perform Requiem for a President at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Houston. The Chamber Choir's Artistic Director Robert Simpson spoke with Houston Matters' Edel Howlin about the music they chose to honor President Kennedy's memory. Event Info: What: […]
Posted on · The public radio science showÂ RadioLab brings its live stage show “Apocalyptical” to Houston Wednesday night at 8 atÂ Jesse H. Jones Hall. Craig Cohen talks to the show’s hosts,Â Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, prior to their Houston gig.
Posted on · In the days after Hurricane Ike struck the Texas Gulf Coast in 2008, Galveston photographer Robert Mihovil began documenting the damage to his beloved hometown. Now, five years later, he revisits what he saw and how the area has bounced back. Images originally appeared on guidrynews.com.