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.
Aggie Ingenuity in Action
Oct 30, 2019A joint effort between Texas A&M's Colleges of Science and Engineering to improve delivery of fundamental required courses for future Aggie engineers has resulted in the campus-wide debut of an entirely new engineering physics sequence featuring not only a new set of introductory physics service course laboratories but also a novel method of delivery: state-of-the-art laboratory stations custom-made by Texas A&M physicists to revolutionize the learning experience.
A Significant Structural Step
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.
A Better Grasp on Graphene
Sep 29, 2019Recent Nature Nanotechnology-reported research by Texas A&M physicist Alexey Belyanin explores the structure and dynamics of electrons in graphene, providing new insight into how it interacts with light at the nanoscale level and with femtosecond time resolution affecting the design of future nanophotonic devices as well as materials used in computers and telecommunications.
Sep 19, 2019Congratulations to Texas A&M physicists Tatiana Erukhimova and Saskia Mioduszewski, who have been named 2019 American Physical Society Fellows in recognition of excellence in original research and publication, innovative contributions to science and technology, and significant contributions to physics teaching and service.
Aug 31, 2019Texas A&M astronomers Lucas Macri, Darren DePoy and Jennifer Marshall are part of a bi-national project that has received a National Science Foundation award toward construction of a robotic telescope in Argentina to help them study gravitational wave events in deep space.
Spheres of Influence
Jul 10, 2019Emails between two faculty members aren't necessarily newsworthy, but when it's two Texas A&M distinguished professors exchanging space-related videos and brief memories of the Apollo program, consider our curiosity piqued by a rare glimpse at the humanity behind the history on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.