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Friday, April 12, 2013

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Texas A&M Findings Confirm Origins Of Early Humans
A series of papers authored by a scientific team that includes several Texas A&M researchers sheds light on the earliest humans.(more...)

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12 Impacts: Chemist Dreams For Cheaper Natural Gas Cars
Texas A&M chemist Hongcai Joe Zhou is using a $3 million federal grant to solve technical hurdles related to natural gas storage, an innovation that could lead to more cost-efficient natural gas cars. (more...)

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Texas A&M's John Nielsen-Gammon Wins SEC Faculty Award
John Nielsen-Gammon, Regents Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M who also serves as state climatologist, has been named a winner of the 2013 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award. (more...)

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12 Impacts: Team Finds Energy Workforce Shortages
John Pappas, interim director of the Texas A&M Energy Institute and director of the Wind Energy Center, was part of a team of experts who have found that the United States isn't producing enough qualified workers to meet the future needs of the mining and energy sectors. (more...)

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Brazilian Aggie Named Outstanding International Alumnus
Dr. Jose Geraldo Eugenio de Franca, class of 1990, has been named the recipient of Texas A&M's 2013 Outstanding International Alumnus Award. (more...)

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