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Texas A&M Team Determines Ancient Galaxy Cluster Still Producing Stars

Posted: 08/18/2010 - Much like quiet, middle-aged baby boomers peacefully residing in some of the world’s largest cities, families of some galaxies also have a hidden wild youth that they only now are revealing for the first time, according to research by astronomers at Texas A&M University

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Residence Hall Move-In For The Fall Semester Starts Sunday

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Aggies by the thousands will soon return to the campus in preparation for the beginning of fall classes on Aug. 30, and university officials have designated Sunday (Aug. 22) as Residence Hall Move-In Assistance Day.

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The Sunshine State Gets a Taste of Some Lone Star BBQ

Updated: 08/10/2010 - TexasFest 2010 merged Texas and Florida's cultures and unique barbeque styles the first weekend of August. C&J Barbeque, voted best barbeque for 11 years in Texas, ranked second overall.

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Historic Hubble Image Involves Texas A&M Astronomer

Posted: 08/10/2010 - Although the latest image released by the Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute as part of the Hubble Heritage Project may have originated in deep space, it has local Texas A&M University ties.

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Gulf Oil Spill Gone? Not So Fast, Says Texas A&M Oceanographer

Posted: 08/05/2010 - Reports saying that 75 percent of the gulf oil spill has either been cleaned up or broken down by natural forces are likely incorrect, and there are still big problems lurking beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, says a Texas A&M scientist who conducted one of the first on-site studies of the spill.

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Texas A&M Plans To Partner With PepsiCo

Posted: 07/27/2010 - Texas A&M University today announced it has signed a letter of intent with PepsiCo to bring its comprehensive “Power of One” product portfolio to university locations beginning in August.

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Demoted A&M Prof Files Whistle-Blower Suit

Updated: 07/15/2010 - A whistle-blower lawsuit filed by a Texas A&M professor claims he was demoted after questioning the finances for construction of a medical building.

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Texas A&M Researchers Using Weather Balloons At Gulf Oil Spill Site

Posted: 07/15/2010 - Numerous scientists are measuring the Gulf oil spill at various depths, but what about the air above it? Texas A&M University atmospheric science researcher Don Conlee and a group of students are taking air samples with a series of weather balloon tests in conjunction with the National Weather Service (NWS).

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A&M Lays Off 66 Employees

Updated: 07/14/2010 - Tuesday morning, Texas A&M University began the process of laying off 66 employees of the physical plant and general service contractors.

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