When Texas A&M University physicist David Toback was elected three years ago as co-spokesperson for the CDF collaboration at the U.S. Department of Energyâ€™s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), he had one primary goal: to help the groups 400-person active author list publish the collaborationâ€™s important legacy papers and final results.
A newly discovered Jupiter-like world is so hot that it's stretching the definition of the word planet.
A discussion on different theoretical interpretation of glassy systems
Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova, instructional associate professor of physics and astronomy, has been recognized with the 2017 Presidential Professor for Teaching Excellence Award, the most prestigious faculty honor bestowed by Texas A&M University in recognition of classroom performance.
A Texas A&M University team led by physics professors Katrin Becker and Melanie Becker recently succeeded in computing the action of 11-dimensional supergravity resulting from a 7-dimensional Kaluza-Klein compactification, including all massive fields.
"We used the most powerful telescope in the world, but we still needed to stare at this galaxy for more than two nights to reveal its remarkable nature. By collecting enough light to measure this galaxy's spectrum, we can decipher the cosmic narrative of what stars and elements are present in these galaxies and construct a timeline of when they formed their stars." - Dr. Kim-Vy Tran, Texas A&M astronomer
Texas A&M University astronomer Jonelle Walsh doesn't sugar-coat things regarding science's understanding of the mysterious cosmic phenomenon known as supermassive black holes.
Six members of the College of Science are among the 24 Texas A&M University faculty and staff set to be honored by the university and The Association of Former Students with 2017 Distinguished Achievement Awards
Dr. Kevin Krisciunas recounts his journey into the field of astronomy.
Mathematician Dr. Yvette Hester and astronomer Dr. Lucas Macri are teaming up to lead undergraduate efforts for the Texas A&M University College of Science in respective new administrative roles as assistant and associate deans, announced Dean of Science Meigan Aronson.
We used ALMA to detect adolescent versions of the Milky Way and found that such galaxies do indeed have much higher amounts of molecular gas, which would fuel rapid star formation. I liken these galaxies to an adolescent human who consumes prodigious amounts of food to fuel their own growth during their teenage years.
Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Science & Astronomy is hosting a workshop dedicated to the planning of the upcoming upgrades of the CMS Forward Muon System as part of preparations for the ultra high luminosity running regime of the Large Hadron Collider. Muon detector upgrades will enable continuous operation of the CMS muon systems and ensure high quality of the physics data to be collected during the high luminosity regime. Analysis of the high luminosity data will allow precision measurements of the properties of the recently discovered Higgs boson and will shade light on the origin of the dark matter, origin of mass and the evolution of the early Universe.
Thirteen faculty, staff and students within the Texas A&M University College of Science were recognized for recent outstanding accomplishments by Dean Meigan Aronson at the college's annual Faculty-Staff Meeting and Awards Presentation Tuesday (Nov. 1). The ceremony, which honors college award recipients and serves as a forum for new faculty and staff introductions, was held in the Stephen W. Hawking Auditorium inside the George P. and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy.