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New element in periodic table to be named after Yuri Oganessian

One of the four new elements recently added to the periodic table – with an atomic number of 118 – will be named oganesson (Og), which bears the name of Russian physicist Yuri Oganessian, a TIAS Faculty Fellow with the Class of 2014-15.(Read More)

John Junkins received the Texas A&M Foundation's inaugural Partner in Philanthropy Faculty Award for his commitment to philanthropy at Texas A&M University.

First Recipient of Partner in Philanthropy Faculty Award 

The Texas A&M Foundation recognized John Junkins, distinguished professor of aerospace engineering, as the inaugural Partner in Philanthropy Faculty Award recipient for his outstanding commitment to enhancing the efforts of fundraising. (Read More)

35 FACULTY FELLOWS

across 8 colleges and the Health Science Center

2014 TIAS GALA

photos from the official induction

2

Nobel Prize Recipients

1

Hubbel Prize In Literature

14

National Academy of Engineering Memberships

11

National Academy of Sciences Memberships

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Research.tamu.edu

The Division of Research recently created the Research@Texas A&M website, research.tamu.edu, to showcase stories about the results of research from University-affiliated campuses, colleges, division, units, and agencies that demonstrate research advances, impacts, and successes. Maintained by the Division, the website also serves as a venue for highlighting research priorities and for showcasing, where possible, the University’s research capabilities.