This post is a part of a series from the Genesis of Methane Hydrate in Coarse-Grained Systems: Northern Gulf of Mexico Slope (GOM^2) expedition. Scale is a funny thing on this project. On one hand, there are very few projects of this scale that have ever taken place at the Jackson School. On quite another, if we […]
This post is the first in a series from the Genesis of Methane Hydrate in Coarse-Grained Systems: Northern Gulf of Mexico Slope (GOM^2) expedition. The whiteboard in the galley said, “DEPARTURE 5/1 0700.” What began as an idea in June 2014, followed by lab and land trials in Utah and Central Texas in 2015, had finally […]
Stacey Worman’s path to a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics is filled with avenues explored and contrasting routes traveled.
One of UTIG’s newest postdoctoral fellows shares stories from a career path that brought her to Austin.
The University of Texas Institute for Geophysics will lead a research team in a newly funded $58 million effort to study methane hydrates in the Gulf of Mexico as a potential energy source. Full details on the upcoming research and the grant, one of the largest ever awarded to the university, can be read here.