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Braille translation of coursework expands access to STEM education

Results include 2,300 pages of text, notes, exams and group assignments

Hagler Institute for Advanced Study announces 10th class of fellows

Internationally renowned scholars, including a Nobel Prize laureate, will collaborate with faculty and students to generate cutting-edge research that benefits the world
Computer Science

NSF awards $1.5 million TRIPODS institute to Texas A&M to bolster data-driven discovery

Institute brings together nearly three dozen researchers from six disciplinary areas

10 faculty members from Texas A&M included on highly cited list

Clarivate Analytics releases its fifth-annual database of international researchers who have received large citation counts over a decade

How do computers give advice? DARPA-funded study seeks answers

End users need to better understand how algorithms arrive at their recommendations, A&M researcher says

Team of string physicists proposes new approach to supersymmetry

Researchers compute action of 11-dimensional supergravity resulting from a seven-dimensional Kaluza-Klein compactification, including all massive fields

Germanwings Flight 9525: Team of researchers charts last moments

Mathematical modeling is used to explain how and why Airbus A320-211 disintegrated during 2015 catastrophe

Are men better than women at math? The difference may be psychological

‘Positivity bias’ may cause men to overestimate their skills in STEM subjects, A&M researcher say

Mystery solved? Missing airliner took nosedive into ocean, researchers say

Severe angle of jet’s crash accounts for lack of debris and spilled oil, computer simulations suggest