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The Berg-Hughes Center for Petroleum and Sedimentary Systems integrates geosciences, engineering and other disciplines to collaborate with industry and others to advance research and education in petroleum studies.

The Center for Approximation and Mathematical Data Analytics focuses on the mathematical core of data science. Its members conduct research into a variety of topics, including approximation theory, compressive sensing, learning theory, numerical analysis, optimal recovery and signal/image processing, as well as targeted application areas.

The Center for Atmospheric Chemistry and the Environment aims to facilitate collaborative laboratory and field research projects with faculty members across campus, addressing the roles of atmospheric chemistry in fundamental chemical processes.

The Center for Biological Clocks Research provides an organizational structure to enhance and coordinate research and education activities among more than a dozen circadian rhythms researchers at Texas A&M and the Texas A&M System Health Science Center.

The Center for Chemical Characterization and Analysis provides state-of-the-art capabilities for organic and inorganic analysis, structural characterization, elemental and trace analysis, and service analyses for Texas A&M researchers as well as other academic and government agencies and private industry.

The Center for Electrochemical Systems and Hydrogen Research addresses fundamental scientific issues related to renewable and environmentally benign energy sources via advanced research on solar power, hydrogen storage, batteries and fuel cells.

The Center for Geospatial Sciences, Applications and Technology advances geospatial knowledge and fosters innovative geospatial technology and solutions by promoting multidisciplinary collaborations between Texas A&M faculty, students, government and industry.

The Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation, through its affiliation with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology and the Department of Oceanography, keeps the university in the forefront of nautical, maritime and underwater archaeology research.

The Center for Mathematics and Science Education is dedicated to supporting the ever-changing needs of Texas mathematics and science educators and their K16 students by providing and promoting resources that will enhance mathematics and science education at all levels.

The Center for Statistical Bioinformatics develops and promotes the use of modern statistical methodology in genomics, with special focus on microarray studies, proteomics, statistical genetics and molecular biology.

The Center for Surface Science and Mechanochemistry was organized for the purpose of studying the fundamental chemistry of processes that occur at the solid-gas and solid-liquid interface.

The Center for Tectonophysics is an interdisciplinary research group that undertakes basic and applied research of both natural and man-induced rock deformation processes and the broad range of geologic structures formed.

The Center for the Study of the First Americans explores the process of the peopling of the Americas, one of the most important questions in American archaeology. The center pursues research, education and public outreach.

The Center for Theoretical Physics conducts research that is fundamental in nature and aimed at building a theoretical framework to assist in our understanding of condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, high energy physics, atomic physics, quantum optics and atmospheric physics.

The mission of the Center of Digital Humanities Research is to foster multidisciplinary research and publications that employ computational methods in the study of literature, history and culture.

As a Department of Energy University facility jointly supported by the State of Texas and the Welch Foundation, the Cyclotron Institute serves as the core of Texas A&M’s accelerator-based nuclear science and technology program. The Institute conducts nuclear physics- and chemistry-based research and radiation testing within a broad-based, globally recognized interdisciplinary platform

The Geochemical and Environmental Research Group (GERG) conducts basic and applied research for both private and government entities in the fields of ocean science, environmental sciences and resource geosciences.

The Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy builds on the interface between astrophysics, high energy experiment and high energy theory to advance our knowledge and understanding of the universe through vibrant research programs centered on theory, observations and experiments as well as education and public outreach, conferences, workshops and a visitors’ program.

The Glasscock Center awards residential fellowships, research fellowships, grants to co-sponsor events, funding for working groups, publication support and other awards for independent and cross-disciplinary research in the humanities.

The Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science features applied mathematicians, statisticians and computer scientists dedicated to the advancement and promotion of computational science through research on cutting-edge problems motivated and framed by their ability to enable fundamental research in other disciplines.

The Institute for Scientific Computation is a multidisciplinary research center devoted to designing, analyzing and implementing innovative computational tools that advance scientific engineering research and education.

The Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering’s research extends into diverse fields such as quantum philosophy, laser physics, national security, nanoscience, bioscience, improved navigation and global and stellar positioning, and quantum informatics.

The Institute of Nautical Archaeology is an independent, international non-profit research organization dedicated to locating, excavating, preserving and researching significant underwater and nautical archaeological sites. It has been affiliated with Texas A&M University since 1976.

Established within the Academy for Advanced Telecommunications and Learning Technologies as an integral part of the research agenda at Texas A&M, the Internet2 Technology Evaluation Center began by working on emergency communications projects but has since evolved into one of the premier emergency communications academic research centers in the world.

The Laboratory for Synthetic-Biologic Interactions is a multi-user laboratory supporting major research initiatives within the Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M, and the broader academic and industrial scientific communities by offering instrumentation online for training and campus research facility use.

The Nuclear Solutions Institute was established to make Texas A&M the leading university-based center in the country for nuclear studies, including basic nuclear science, energy applications and sustainability, environmental impact determination, nuclear threat reduction, biomedical applications and social impact measurements.

The Office of the Texas State Climatologist strives to provide accurate climate information to the public and to better understand the climate impacts on Texas.

As a leading policy research group at Texas A&M University, the Public Policy Research Institute engages in survey administration, statistical analysis, evaluation and systems management. We successfully design scientific projects that predict and evaluate the effectiveness of local, state, regional, national and international programs and initiatives.

The mission of the Race and Ethnic Studies Institute is to support interdisciplinary partnerships in research and scholarship that contribute to race and ethnicity, as well as cultivate an environment that fosters supportive mentoring relationships between graduate students and faculty interested in race and ethnic research.

The Southern Regional Climate Center is led by the Texas State Climatologist, Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon and supported by a partnership with the Texas A&M College of Arts and Sciences, Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Trabus Technologies.

The Texas Center for Climate Studies is a multidisciplinary community for climate scientists and scholars at Texas A&M University and other affiliated universities.

The Texas Research Data Center operates in close collaboration with the U.S. Census Bureau to enable research that expands basic scientific knowledge and provides benefits to the federal statistical system.