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Dr. Nicholas B. Suntzeff, university distinguished professor of physics and astronomy at Texas A&M University, has been elected as a 2017 Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS), the worlds largest organization of physicists.

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By virtue of being in the right place at the right time, Marshall got to witness firsthand the fiery aftermath of a recently detected burst of gravitational waves, personally recording some of the initial images of the first confirmed explosion from two colliding neutron stars ever seen by astronomers.

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About 130 million years ago in the galaxy NGC 4993, a pair of neutron stars collided as a result of the slow but inexorable decay of their orbits, as predicted by Albert Einstein\'s general theory of relativity.

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For more than a decade, Texas A&M University high energy physicist Rupak Mahapatra has been making the devices that make detection of the particles believed to be behind dark matter and therefore nearly a quarter of the universe possible. Mahapatra is working closely with high energy physicist Mirabolfathi to develop next generation detectors that could make dramatic improvements in such detection technologies.

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For more than a decade, Texas A&M University high energy physicist Rupak Mahapatra has been making the devices that make detection of the particles believed to be behind dark matter and therefore nearly a quarter of the universe possible. Mahapatra is working closely with high energy physicist Mirabolfathi to develop next generation detectors that could make dramatic improvements in such detection technologies.

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Dark Energy Survey (DES) scientists, including astronomers at Texas A&M University, are celebrating the release of the most accurate measurement to date of the present large-scale structure of the universe.

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Dark Energy Survey (DES) scientists, including astronomers at Texas A&M University, are celebrating the release of the most accurate measurement to date of the present large-scale structure of the universe.

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TAMU team develops new approach to emulate space radiation in a lab setting

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TAMU team develops new approach to emulate space radiation in a lab setting

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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 Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), he had one primary goal: to help the groups 400-person active author list publish the collaboration's important legacy papers and final results.

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A newly discovered Jupiter-like world is so hot that it's stretching the definition of the word planet.

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A discussion on different theoretical interpretation of glassy systems

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Despite decades of work, our understanding of glass physics is still in its infancy [Katzgraber team]

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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.

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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.

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