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Four faculty in the College of Science are among the 24 Texas A&M University faculty and staff members to be honored by the university and The Association of Former Students with 2015 Distinguished Achievement Awards

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Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students have selected 24 outstanding members of the school's faculty and staff to be honored with 2015 Distinguished Achievement Awards. The university-level Distinguished Achievement Awards were first presented in 1955 and have since been awarded to 1,002 professionals (including this year's recipients) who have

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In celebration of Student Research Week (March 23-27) at Texas A&M University, the College of Science will be taking five with five different people involved in various aspects and stages of research at Texas A&M and beyond. Today's kickoff segment features Ting Li, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and a member of the Charles R. '62 and Judith G. Munnerlyn Astronomical Laboratory....

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It ain't easy being green, but you'll have two chances at seeing green next week at Texas A&M University's 2015 Physics and Engineering Festival, to be headlined by world-renowned physicist, bestselling author and science communicator Dr. Brian Greene...

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The most powerful camera in the world has discovered what astronomy experts at Texas A&M believe are two new satellite galaxies in the Southern Sky. Scientists say the information obtained from studying these galaxies could give us more clues about how the Milky Way was formed and answers to why the universe's expansion is speeding up.[...]

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Texas A&M University astronomers are among the hundreds of scientists worldwide celebrating the first fruits from the Dark Energy Survey (DES), a five-year global effort to map the southern sky in unprecedented detail with the ultimate goal of explaining the universe's accelerating expansion.[...]

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Earlier today (March 10), the U.S. Department of Energy-funded DES collaboration unveiled three papers announcing two different discoveries. Two of these papers originate from different continents and detail rare dwarf satellite galaxy candidates, while a third reports no detectable signal of dark matter. The common thread? Each hinges on the researchers' use of publically available data taken during the survey's first year as the crux of its analysis.

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The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has authorized the execution of an amended and restated Founders' Agreement and Commitment Agreement with the GMTO Corporation, reaffirming Texas A&M University's support to assist in building the Giant Magellan Telescope...

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When it comes to sure signs that spring has arrived in Aggieland, there are budding Bradford pears, bluebonnets, Monarch butterflies and Texas A&M University's annual Physics and Engineering Festival...

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Texas A&M University has been selected for membership in the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy Inc. (AURA), the prestigious international organization dedicated to the advancement of astronomy and related sciences...

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In addition to a world-class astronomy program, Texas A&M University is home to one of the top three college astronomy observatories in the nation, according to the website College Rank....

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Three Texas A&M University astronomers have their sights set on new astrophysical insights involving the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond, thanks to the grants from the National Science Foundation...

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Nicholas B. Suntzeff, university distinguished professor of physics and astronomy at Texas A&M University, has been named a co-recipient of the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics for his role in the 1998 discovery of the accelerated expansion of the universe...

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Working toward her doctorate in astronomy as a member of Texas A&M's Charles R. '62 and Judith G. Munnerlyn Astronomical Laboratory, Ting Li has developed her own instrument designed to help scientists understand more about the cosmos...

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On Sunday, a comet will hurl past Mars at extremely close range -- only 87,000 miles away -- and two rovers that have been on the planet for years will capture once-in-a-lifetime images of the event while under the supervision of a Texas A&M University professor, Mark Lemmon...

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