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Our graduate nuclear physics program ranks 7th in the nation and 5th among public universities (U.S. News & World Report)

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Texas A&M, Teysha Technologies Sign Sponsored Research Agreement to Streamline Degradable Polymers Development

Imagine a plastic that’s as good for the environment as it is for business and personal convenience.

It’s a dream with the potential to become reality, thanks to a recent sponsored research agreement between Texas A&M University and United Kingdom-based Teysha Technologies that brings together top international research scientists and elite process and commercialization experts dedicated to a common cause: developing unique intellectual property aimed at solving the world’s plastics pollution problem.

For the past decade, Texas A&M chemist Dr. Karen Wooley and her multidisciplinary research group within the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry have been working to perfect chemical approaches [...]

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