Jun 28, 2021A worldwide audience can virtually explore the past, present and future of material transformation along with its potential in green chemistry and sustainability, thanks to a new Google Arts & Culture-featured exhibit developed by the Science History Institute in partnership with Texas A&M's National Science Foundation-funded Center for the Mechanical Control of Chemistry.
Jun 02, 2021Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. candidate Jezrielle Annis ’22 is one of 32 recipients nationwide of a U.S. Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship — the second chemist and third overall honoree among the current Texas A&M student body within the past four years.
AI Design Meets Energy
May 21, 2021Congratulations to 2020 Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. graduate and postdoctoral research associate Rachel Davidson '19, recipient of a 2021 Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in support of her work toward artificial intelligence-driven design of energy materials.
May 05, 2021A multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Texas A&M chemist Karen Wooley and Texas A&M chemical engineer Jodie Lutkenhaus has developed a new metal-free battery platform that could lead to more sustainable, recyclable batteries that minimize dependence on strategic metals.
Mar 31, 2021Texas A&M marine biology graduate student Maureen Hayden '21 has always had her sights set on a career as a scientist, one of the few things she was able to see clearly prior to being gifted a pair of Acesight electronic glasses that have helped bring her research on plastic pollution — along with her goal of being an example to others with disabilities — into full focus.
Making a Difference
Mar 18, 2021Texas A&M chemistry graduate student Jaime Ayala '22 is one of nine inaugural recipients of the U.S. Department of Energy Building Technologies Office Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research Fellowship supporting innovative research toward more energy-efficient buildings.
Science of Inspiration
Jan 28, 2021If experience truly is one of life's most effective teachers, now's your chance to learn from some of the best in the STEM professions and Aggieland at the 29th Annual Women In Science & Engineering Conference, "Diversifying Women in STEM: Embracing the Nontraditional Path," set for Saturday, April 10, via Zoom.
Nov 06, 2020To help ensure the success of future space missions and the safety of spacecraft and both the astronauts and scientists who rely on them, Texas A&M is teaming up with NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in a first-of-its-kind partnership through the Cyclotron Institute and Texas A&M Physics and Astronomy aimed at training the next-generation workforce in the rapidly growing field of space radiation effects testing.
Oct 20, 2020Carolyn Gunthardt, a doctoral student in the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry, has been selected as one of seven Texas A&M students to receive the 2020 Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellowship Award recognizing scholarly excellence — Texas A&M Science’s 11th recipient in the last nine years.
Sep 29, 2020Dr. Jeniree Flores Delgado '16 never pictured herself as a future podcaster during her graduate student days at Texas A&M. This past July, she launched LatinX Can, a podcast series that aims to highlight the achievements of Latinx professionals, celebrate the Latinx community's diversity and inspire people to dream big.
Aug 27, 2020Congratulations to Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. candidate Rachel Davidson '19, one of 13 recipients of the Cottrell Fellowship, funded by Research Corporation for Science Advancement in partnership with the National Science Foundation to support the work of postdoctoral students affected by institutional hiring freezes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Jul 29, 2020Congratulations to Texas A&M chemistry graduate students Anuvab Das and Liang Feng, who have been selected as finalists for Elsevier’s 2020 Reaxys® PhD Prize recognizing innovative and original research in chemistry and the associated sciences.
May 11, 2020Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. candidate Hannah F. Drake ’18 is one of 62 recipients nationwide of a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program Award — the second consecutive Texas A&M student and Zhou Laboratory member to earn selection thus far in the program’s six-year history.