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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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With Parrots Endangered, Team Sequences Macaw Genome
Researchers at Texas A&M have successfully sequenced the complete genome of a Scarlet macaw for the first time, a groundbreaking move that provides new insight into avian evolution, biology and conservation.(more...)

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12 Impacts: Software Visualizes Earth's Interior
Texas A&M mathematics professors Wolfgang Bangerth and Timo Heister have written a software program called ASPECT that is helping researchers develop a clearer picture of the Earth's interior. (more...)

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Family Moves Into Home Built By Bush School Students
Students at Texas A&M's Bush School, along with Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity, presented the keys to a house they built in honor of President George H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush to a local family. (more...)

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12 Impacts: Researchers Map Risks To Environment
Texas A&M researchers are uncovering vital information to help protect lives, property and the natural environment of coastal dwellers by examining the flood risks in 100-year flood plains near the coast. (more...)

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Center Devoted To Extending The Lives Of Patients
The Center for Translational Research on Aging and Longevity, Texas A&M's newest research program, is delivering real-world care and results to its patients. (more...)

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