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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

Texas A&M-led study reveals diminished role for neutrons in creation of carbon in stars

A&M team published results in journal Nature Communications

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

Earth’s thinnest material may offer ‘amazing’ value for Information Age

Graphene could lead to ‘atomically flat transistors, waveguides, modulators or detectors of light,’ A&M physicist says

Team offers best-ever measurement of universe’s rate of expansion

New findings support case ‘for yet another unseen component of our universe,’ A&M astronomer says

Spinning protons: ‘Flavors’ of antiquarks create different effects

Newly released data add detail and complexity to how physicists understand proton’s building blocks
Atmospheric Sciences

Five collaborations receive SPRINT research grants

Program provides support for research projects between Texas A&M faculty members and their counterparts at universities in São Paulo, Brazil

A&M physicist earns federal funding to develop dark matter detectors

Technology could advance international search for elusive weakly interacting massive particles

Dark Energy Survey lets scientists glimpse current structure of universe

Results support theory that 26 percent of the universe is made of mysterious dark matter and is filled with invisible dark energy