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$60 million in federal research funding

World renown biological clocks research

Chemistry houses Texas A&M’s second Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) Scholar in Cancer Research

Two-thirds of Mathematics faculty have NSF grants

Ranked 13th nationally among public university math departments in research funding (TheBestSchools.org, 2016)

Physics & Astronomy is a partner in the Giant Magellan Telescope

Cyclotron Institute brings in $7 million annually in external research grants

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The College of Science is home to 20 centers and institutes as well as many specialized laboratories and active research groups, where innovation by our top researchers has led to groundbreaking discoveries and extraordinary answers to life’s ordinary questions.

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Texas A&M Collider Physics, Theory, Dark Matter Research Projects Earn Department of Energy Funding

Three Texas A&M University projects are among 64 university research awards announced earlier this summer by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as part of a $132 million high energy physics-focused funding package aimed at advancing knowledge of how the universe works at its most fundamental levels.

Texas A&M physicist Rupak Mahapatra received funding for two proposals, while the Texas A&M Collider Physics group — a collaboration of six principal investigators led by Texas A&M physicist

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