The Sea Life Facility (SLF) at Texas A&M University Galveston Campus provides an experimental research laboratory infrastructure for TAMUG scientists, graduate and undergraduate students to conduct in vivo studies of marine life. Through collaborations with the Department of Marine Biology and volunteer opportunities, the SLF enables undergraduate students to receive hands-on training for mariculture systems and practices. The SLF Outreach Center aims to engage the TAMUG community and general public, via educational displays and guided tours, to learn about research conducted in the SLF and marine life in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico.
The 6,000 ft2 facility holds a 40,000 gallon natural seawater recirculating system, two experimental control rooms, and a physiology and hydrodynamics visualization room.
This marine-loving shirt also has the Texas A&M Galveston logo on the left sleeve. Proceeds from the sale of this shirt will go to the Sea Life Facility for the protection and rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles. T-shirts can be purchased by clicking the link below: