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With thousands of phone apps at your fingertips, one Texas A&M student has created an app designed to get people offline by geo-capturing and alerting two people with shared interests when they are near each other. Think of it as a variation on being alerted there’s a Charmander close by…

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Texas A&M Galveston marine biology Professor Tom Iliffe and two of  his students may have discovered a new species while cave diving off of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

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Urban flooding is a significant problem in cities across the country, according to the new nationwide joint study between the University of Maryland and Texas A&M.

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Research from neuroscientists at Texas A&M University may have key consequences for soldiers and victims of nerve agent attacks. D. Samba Reddy, PhD, RPh, a professor of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics at Texas A&M College of Medicine, recently published two papers showing…

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Recent findings show a decrease in severe weather in Texas this year.So far, the number of tornadoes and hurricanes occurring on Texas soil in 2018 have been well below average. Different factors contribute to the low number of severe weather events happening this year, according to regents …

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from the past week.

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An Aggie is helping lead the way in technology to increase the efficiency of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.Lance Brockway, Class of 2009 and 2014, earned his bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Texas A&M. He’s now the chief technology officer at…

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Student Counseling Services offers a biofeedback lab for students to understand how to manage stress and anxiety.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from the past week.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from the past week.

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Texas A&M geography professor and researcher Wendy Jepson is using a grant of $500,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to address issues of water insecurity with other experts in the field.

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New technology advanced by Texas A&M scientists aims to tackle the growing challenges of herbicide-resistant weeds, making fertilizing technology more environmentally-friendly.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from the past week.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from the past week.

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On March 17, The New York Times and The Observer reported on Cambridge Analytica’s use of personal information data harvested by a Cambridge researcher, purportedly for academic purposes, without the consent of the relevant users.

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Recent research on highways and tollways contradicts approximately 20 different surveys of research done, according to Sruthi Ashraf, engineering graduate student, and Mark Burris, civil engineering professor.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from this past week.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from this past week.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from this past week.

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Graduate students were advised on how to combine their love for research with their passion for activism at the Professionalizing as a Scholar-Activist workshop on Tuesday.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from this past week.

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The American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) Texas A&M student section has spent the year growing and promoting their organization to give students a chance to experience what can’t be taught in a classroom.

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The TAMU Cybersecurity Competitive Team has been representing Texas A&M in cybersecurity competitions against other universities and teams, both in the United States and across the world.

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A Texas A&M psychology professor and his team of researchers working on the brains of rats have discovered a circuit of neurons responsible for the storage of frightful memories linked to post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders.

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When it comes to the world of science, discoveries and breakthroughs are made every day. To help you keep up with them, The Battalion compiles a few of the most compelling scientific stories from this past week.

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Efforts aimed to equip Aggie engineering graduates with the skills, knowledge and experiences necessary for success in the industry have been one of the main focuses of the Texas A&M College of Engineering.