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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 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.
Tom Iliffe, Professor of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University, has dived in hundreds of underwater caves hunting for new forms of life.
Researchers have found that chemotherapy treatments at specific times of day could hold the key to novel therapies for glioblastoma, the most prevalent type of brain cancer in adults.
A study by researchers from Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the University of Colorado found male-only rat models used for studying obesity are limited and don’t address critical factors for understanding it.

An interdisciplinary team of Texas A&M University scientists led by Texas A&M chemist Lei Fang has developed a novel polymer capable of maintaining its structure in the face of extreme conditions and being converted into thin film, fibers or virtually any shape desired for use in any numb

Plant pathologist try non-traditional fields for high-value vegetable crops.
New research from the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine hints that post-traumatic epilepsy (PTE) might be tied to the body’s own immune response.
As the number of infected cases due to fecal contamination continues to rise in Texas, technology developed at Texas A&M University could serve as a valuable tool in helping identify the source of the contamination if it is water-based.