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For the past two years, CDF co-spokesperson David Toback has been spurring on CDF scientists to publish their findings in an effort to uncover new physics or yield more precise measurements using data from Tevatron collisions. His drive and dedication to CDF recently earned Toback a second term as its co-spokesperson

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Texas ties forged seven years ago during the International Year of Astronomy have taken two Lone Star State astronomers global in a quest for a new Argentina-based telescope to aid in the hunt for LIGO-based evidence beyond gravitational waves -- specifically, that of neutron star mergers.

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Ting Li '16, a graduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas A&M University, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Lederman Fellowship in Experimental Physics, one of the most distinguished postdoctoral fellowships in experimental particle physics.

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Ting Li '16, a graduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas A&M University, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Lederman Fellowship in Experimental Physics....

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Professors in Texas A&M's Department of Physics and Astronomy explore the night sky for sudden bursts of energy, research that is directly connected to the recent detection of Albert Einstein's gravitational waves.

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The Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University invite audiences across Texas, the nation and even the world to get up-close and personal with science and technology this spring at the 2016 Physics & Engineering Festival...

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When the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History kicks off its most recent exhibition, Capturing Time: The Story of Early Photography on Thursday (Jan. 28), a portion of the spotlight will be shining on astronomy connections, past and present.

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Four Texas A&M University professors have been elected as 2015 Fellows of the American Physical Society (APS), the world's largest organization of physicists...

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Marlan O. Scully, distinguished professor of physics and astronomy at Texas A&M University, has been selected as a 2015 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors...

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The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment has already proven itself to be the most sensitive detector in the hunt for dark matter, the mysterious and unseen force believed to account for nearly three-fourths of the matter in the universe.

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The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment, operating nearly a mile underground at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (SURF) in the Black Hills of South Dakota and involving roughly 100 international scientists -- including Texas A&M University physicist Robert C. Webb -- has already proven itself to be the most sensitive detector in the hunt for dark matter...

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The Perkins brothers try to keep the conversation casual at family get-togethers, usually sticking to the weather, sports or life in general. But invariably, the small talk will turn into a lively debate on the race to Mars or any number of topical issues in the field of physics....

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Leading scientists, senior officials and supporters from an international consortium of universities and research institutions including Texas A&M University are gathering on a remote mountaintop high in the Chilean Andes today (Wednesday, Nov. 11) to celebrate groundbreaking for the Giant Magellan Telescope...

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While traveling with Texas A&M University students in Italy nearly 20 years ago, Carolyn Adair '69 discovered an overgrown olive tree grove badly in need of nurturing. Through a bit of coaxing and a labor of love, she and her husband Tom '57 bought and transformed the grove into Amici Italian Imports...

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Six Texas A&M University professors recently have been appointed to endowed chairs and professorships within the College of Science, announced Dr. H. Joseph Newton, dean of the College of Science.[...]

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