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Environment

New method can detect dust that travels 6,500-plus miles from the Sahara Desert to the southern United States each summer

Tracking annual plumes will provide essential data about climate, natural cycles and human health

Registration opens for DARPA conference at Texas A&M

Set for Nov. 15-16, this regional event offers an opportunity for faculty, researchers and students to network with key representatives from the U.S. defense community
Scholarship

Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer
Arts & Humanities

Six animated shorts present work from Texas A&M Arts & Humanities Fellows

Each project is the result of a three-year grant that recognizes creativity and scholarship
Homeland Security

18 U.S. labs join forces to battle infectious diseases

Workshop at Texas A&M gathers leading experts from research universities and federal agencies

CPRIT awards $11.3 million in cancer-prevention and scholar-recruitment grants to Texas A&M and agencies

Newly announced awards are among 74 totaling more than $112 million to support cutting-edge cancer research across Texas
Biomedical Engineering

Four A&M professors named as NAI Senior Members

National Academy of Inventors will induct Grunlan, Höök, Polycarpou and Ware during its June annual meeting in Phoenix
Data Science

‘Energy digitization’: A&M institutes plan to enhance certificate programs

Texas A&M Energy Institute and the Texas A&M Institute of Data Science agree to collaborate on education and workforce development with a focus on how data science influences the world’s energy sector

Texas A&M ranks 14th in total U.S. research and development expenditures—outpaces other Texas universities

Texas A&M University’s latest ranking in the National Science Foundation’s annual HERD Survey shows an almost 19 percent increase despite …