A Visionary Life and Legacy
Nov 04, 2019"Texas Monthly" writer-at-large and former "Houston Chronicle" business columnist Loren Steffy '86 will visit Texas A&M University Thursday to deliver a free public lecture and book-signing regarding his latest work, a biography on 1940 Texas A&M distinguished petroleum engineering graduate, businessman and philanthropist George P. Mitchell.
Oct 22, 2019Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp and Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young joined the Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering for an October 24-25 symposium to celebrate Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy and 1996 Nobel Prize winner David M. Lee, recently featured as "The Top 100 Registry's" 2019 Physicist of the Year.
Data Science Debuts
Sep 30, 2019Texas A&M University will serve as the host site for a first-of-its-kind international data-science-driven event, the October 19-20 TAMU Datathon, a 30-hour, student-run showcase in which hundreds of students from freshmen to Ph.D. will solve real-world challenges in data science and compete for a variety of prizes.
Sep 23, 2019In the spirit of all things scientific, occasionally explosive and all-around inspirational, the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry is gearing up to host one of the most popular fall traditions across the Texas A&M campus: the 32nd annual Chemistry Open House and Science Exploration Gallery, set for Saturday, October 19.
Pioneers in Progress
Sep 21, 2019The Scripps Research Institute biochemist Benjamin Cravatt is set to receive the 2019 A.I. Scott Medal for Excellence in Biological Chemistry Research, presented jointly by Texas A&M Chemistry and the Texas A&M Section of the American Chemical Society to honor the late Texas A&M chemist A. Ian Scott and his 30-year career of pioneering achievement.
Evolution :: Faith
Apr 10, 2019The Trotter Prize and Endowed Lecture Series, presented by the College of Science in collaboration with the College of Engineering, seeks to illuminate connections between science and religion, often viewed in academia as non-overlapping if not rival world views.
A Season for Celebrating
Mar 19, 2019The Texas A&M University College of Science is making final preparations this week for one of its most time-honored spring traditions, celebrating two new members of its Academy of Distinguished Former Students and 150 current scholarship winners at the college’s annual Spring Recognition and Awards Dinner, set for Thursday (Mar. 21), at Pebble Creek Country Club. In […]
Beautiful Math of Biology
Nov 20, 2018Texas A&M mathematician Anne Shiu presented the 2018-19 Ethel Ashworth-Tsutsui Memorial Lecture highlighting her research at the intersection of mathematics and biology -- specifically, statistical tests that helped to identify the molecular components of biological clocks.
Sep 27, 2018In the spirit of all things scientific, occasionally explosive and all-around inspirational, the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry is gearing up to host one of the most popular fall traditions across the Texas A&M campus: the 31st annual Chemistry Open House and Science Exploration Gallery, set for Saturday, October 27.
Aug 14, 2018Hard rock excavation is underway for the Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile -- a key step for Texas A&M and its fellow international partners toward building the 25-meter diameter, next-generation wonder expected to see first light as early as 2024.
Jul 17, 2018Brazos Valley science enthusiasts experienced a rare treat on July 19 -- free back-to-back outreach events, courtesy of the Texas A&M Astronomy Group and two local businesses. First up was Astronomy on Tap B/CS at Revolution Café and Bar, followed by a Star Party at The Stella Hotel.
Jun 15, 2018Hundreds of representatives from 30 global telecommunications companies joined dozens of observers from various state and federal agencies and seven other countries to put public safety communication and related technologies to the test in the second international Mission Critical Push to Talk (MCPTT) Plugtests™ event, held June 25-29 at Disaster City.
Evolution :: Faith
Apr 29, 2018Hundreds of people recently capitalized on a free opportunity to explore the crossroads of science and religion at the 2017-18 Trotter Lecture, held April 17 in Texas A&M's Rudder Theater and featuring Stanford University computer scientist Donald Knuth and Imperial College London theoretical physicist Michael Duff.