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Jamese Sims Joins Northern Gulf Institute as Deputy Director, Strategic Advisor for Federal Partnerships

September 2, 2022 - Jamese Sims, an accomplished atmospheric scientist with extensive U.S. government program management experience, is joining Mississippi State as deputy director of the university's Northern Gulf Institute ...
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Tonia Lane Named Interim Director of MSU Institute for Imaging and Analytical Technologies

September 1, 2022 - Tonia Lane is now serving as interim director of Mississippi State University's Institute for Imaging and Analytical Technologies. Lane joins I2AT from MSU's Advanced Composite Institute, where she was ...
Kristine Evans, Associate Director, GRI

MSU Researcher and Faculty Member Named Associate Director of GRI

August 17, 2022 - A Mississippi State faculty member with more than a decade of research and service in wildlife, fisheries, aquaculture and land conservation is adding an administrative role to her responsibilities. Kristine ...
Jim Martin, Mississippi State University associate vice president for corporate engagement and economic development

MSU's Center for Cyber Innovation, MGCCC, Federal Partners Collaborate to Host Premier Cybersecurity Conference

August 12, 2022 - Representatives from hundreds of leading academic institutions recently gathered on the Mississippi Gulf Coast for one of the country's premier academic conferences in cybersecurity. Mississippi State ...
Distribution of bottom-water dissolved oxygen concentration for July

NOAA-Supported Scientists from NGI Research Partner, LOUISIANA UNIVERSITIES MARINE CONSORTIUM, Releases Report for Gulf of Mexico "Dead Zone"

August 4, 2022 - Low dissolved oxygen in the water is often referred to as a "dead zone" because most marine life either dies or if they are mobile such as fish, leaves the area. Habitats that would normally be teeming ...
Nancy Rabalais records data during a cruise aboard the R/V Pelican

Below-average Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' measured by NOAA Supported NGI Partners

August 4, 2022 - Low river discharge is a key factor contributing to this year's dead zone NOAA-supported scientists announced that this year's Gulf of Mexico "dead zone"— an area of low to no oxygen that can kill ...
participants in the MSU/USDA Graduate Summer Research Experience Program

Grad Students from Across the Country Benefit from GRI and USDA Graduate Summer Research Experience

August 2, 2022 - A cohort of graduate scholars from around the country has converged at Mississippi State for several weeks to gain high-performance computing skills through a summer research experience program. MSU and ...
Inside the eyewall of 2020 Hurricane Epsilon

Making the Unpredictable Predictable in Hurricane Forecasts

August 2, 2022 - The chaotic, swirling winds just above the ocean as a hurricane develops play a key role in how strong a storm might be when it reaches land. Helping forecasters better account for this seemingly unpredictable ...
Image by Daniel McCraine, GRI researcher and UAS pilot, using TrueView Sensor

GeoCue Group Inc. Features Mississippi State University's Geosystems Research Institute's Work Using TrueView for Airport Runway Extension

July 19, 2022 - Greater point density for greater accuracy with the Trueview sensor—Trueview on campus: Mississippi State, Part 1 Clearwater Consultants Inc, an environmental and civil engineering firm, was tasked ...
Data collected by drones is processed through MSU's Atlas computer.

Farm Press Features Mississippi State University, USDA Agricultural Research Service Supercomputing and Research Efforts to Advance Precision Agriculture

July 18, 2022 - A high-performance computing project at Mississippi State University aims to advance precision agriculture and benefit farmers. Researchers hope to use data obtained by drones to help farmers improve production ...