The key role of higher education is producing two things: discoveries and the people who make the discoveries. From the tiniest molecules to the most expansive galaxies, Texas A&M Science faculty and students have a hand in research that spans disciplines and has important human ties. Through discovery and innovation, our graduate students and various research programs are tackling some of the world’s biggest problems. We recognize that tomorrow’s answers are by-products of today’s questions – solutions that require an increasingly interdisciplinary approach to enable breakthroughs. Such groundbreaking advances thrive in our culture of discovery in which the pursuit of basic knowledge is elevated to ensure its ultimate world-changing application and potential.
Two departments ranked among nation’s top 10 public graduate programs (U.S. News & World Report)
1,178 graduate and professional students (14,998 campus-wide)
$60 million in federal research funding
Meet Our Graduate Researchers
Texas A&M Science - Labors of Lab (Episode 32)In our latest “Labors of Lab” episode, Texas A&M mathematics graduate student Qing Zhang '18 discusses her love of mathematics, research and mentoring undergraduates.
Texas A&M Science - Labors of Lab (Episode 30)In our latest “Labors of Lab” episode, Texas A&M chemistry graduate student David Tran '19 discusses the future of renewable natural products in industry and his work on a project to produce polycarbonates -- a thermoplastic used in a variety of materials -- from carbon dioxide.
Texas A&M Science - Labors of Lab (Episode 28)In our latest “Labors of Lab” episode, Texas A&M astronomy graduate student Vince Estrada-Carpenter ‘19 discusses his research using grism data from Hubble Space Telescope in combination with regular spectroscopy to analyze big data sets and trace galaxy evolution back in time all the way to the Big Bang.
The College of Science boasts one of Texas A&M’s two Nobel Prize recipients, six National Academy of Sciences members, seven American Academy of Arts and Sciences fellows, more than a third of Texas A&M’s distinguished professors, seven Texas A&M Presidential Professors for Teaching Excellence, and Texas A&M’s only Simon Fellows. Many faculty are CAREER, NYI and Sloan awardees. Regardless of your research interests, you can find the right faculty fit within Texas A&M Science.