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Texas A&M University is dedicated to the discovery, development, communication, and application of knowledge in a wide range of academic and professional fields. Its mission of providing the highest quality undergraduate and graduate programs is inseparable from its mission of developing new understandings through research and creativity. It prepares students to assume roles in leadership, responsibility and service to society. Texas A&M assumes as its historic trust the maintenance of freedom of inquiry and an intellectual environment nurturing the human mind and spirit. It welcomes and seeks to serve persons of all racial, ethnic and geographic groups as it addresses the needs of an increasingly diverse population and a global economy. In the 21st century, Texas A&M University seeks to assume a place of preeminence among public universities while respecting its history and traditions.

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Researchers at Texas A&M are proposing a new technology combining a laser beam and a particle beam for interstellar propulsion that could pave the way for space exploration into the vast corners of our universe.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have identified another gene that may have an impact on breast cancer—associated with the body’s circadian rhythm.
Engineers from Texas A&M University and Virginia Tech report important new insights into nanoporous gold – a material with growing applications in several areas, including energy storage and biomedical devices.
Senior geophysics major Juan Acevedo had a unique experience during his time at Texas A&M University: he participated in not one or two, but four separate undergraduate research projects.
A Texas A&M University researcher is working on a system that would allow drones to safely operate in the sky.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have explored a new class of clay nanoparticles that can direct stem cells to become bone or cartilage cells.
Researchers have successfully fabricated an injectable bandage to stop bleeding and promote wound healing, using a gelling agent commonly used in preparing pastries.
Curcumin, a component of the spice turmeric, may be able to reverse some of the effects of Gulf War illness (GWI), according to a new study.​

Researchers at Texas A&M have developed technology for talking books that allows people who are blind to access more literature with increased command over their reading experiences.

Researchers from Texas A&M University report significant advances in their understanding and control of a chameleon-like material that could be the key to next-generation computers.