An international team of researchers led by Texas A&M mathematician Goong Chen used computational mechanics and mathematical modeling to chart the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525, deliberately crashed in the French Alps on March 24, 2015.
Ko Named DP
Faculty, Physics and Astronomy -
Texas A&M nuclear physicist Che-Ming Ko is one of five faculty campus-wide appointed as 2017 University Distinguished Professors, a perpetual title representing the highest level of faculty achievement at Texas A&M.
Monarch Numbers in Decline
Research, College of Science -
After rising surprisingly last year, Monarch butterfly numbers appear to be down once again -- a trend that has seen declining numbers of the colorful creature over the past decade, says the Texas A&M Center for Mathematics and Science Education's Craig Wilson.
Faculty, Chemistry -
Texas A&M chemist James Batteas will work closely with individual faculty and across the college's five departments to enhance research throughout Texas A&M Science in his new administrative role as associate dean for research.
Teaching, Chemistry -
Texas A&M chemist Vickie Williamson has been selected to receive the Society for College Science Teachers 2017 Outstanding Undergraduate Science Teaching Award (OUSTA) recognizing achievements that have enhanced the science teaching profession.
Research, Chemistry -
A Texas A&M team led by chemist Lei Fang has developed a low-cost, highly stable graphene-mimicking polymer with advantageous electronic and mechanical properties applicable in a host of areas, including sustainability and green energy.
Head of the Class
Teaching, Biology -
Texas A&M biologist Timothy P. Scott '89, assistant provost for undergraduate studies and a longtime associate dean in the College of Science, will be inducted this spring as the college's fourth member of the Texas A&M System Chancellor's Academy of Teacher Educators.
Pioneers in Progress
Event, Chemistry -
On Feb. 3, Texas A&M Chemistry resumes its yearlong celebration commemorating 50 years of chemistry excellence with the Sir Derek Barton Symposium for Organic Chemistry celebrating the depth and breadth of the 1969 Nobel laureate's many contributions to the discipline and department.
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