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The Division of Research is committed to a truly comprehensive university where students, researchers, and inventors bring scholarship and innovation to bear for the benefit of the community, the state, and the nation.

Texas A&M University’s standing today —as one of the largest research universities in the United States— is testament to more than 125 years of visionary planning and strategic investment. 

Articles, photos, and videos about research projects from across The Texas A&M University System—on a single website.

Texas A&M is committed to conducting research responsibly and ethically. This fact sheet contains information regarding the responsibility of Texas A&M students, staff, faculty, and administrators to maintain ethical standards of research and scholarship and report suspected abuse of these standards. For additional information, see  Responsible Conduct of Research  on the website.

The  Division of Research  is responsible for providing training and support to faculty, students, and staff in regulatory requirements for scientific research. For more information, visit the  Research Compliance and Biosafety   website .

Definitions, responsibilities, response procedures, and additional information relating to the subject of scientific misconduct.

Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the central nervous system. Infection causes an acute, progressive encephalomyelitis that is almost always fatal.

Bats control insect populations around the world, but may also carry diseases that can affect humans and other animals. The Offices of Biosafety have developed a set of rules on interacting with bats in the environment.

The Comparative Medicine Program is the centrally administered support service for animal research and teaching programs at Texas A&M. Visit the Comparative Medicine Program web page to learn more about the program.

Texas A&M's attending veterinarian (AV) is responsible for the health and well-being of all animals used for research, teaching, and testing. Visit the Comparative Medicine Program web page for more information on the AV.

The High Performance Research Computing (HPRC) group provides technical assistance to research teams across campus that goes beyond general consulting. HPRC offers collaborations in research projects with a large computational component.

Key facts about Research Development Services. For more information, see the Research Development Services section of the Division of Research website.

Sponsored Research Services  was established September 1, 2011, to enhance research services. SRS provides research administration services to The Texas A&M University System members with sponsored research activity based in Brazos County, as well as Texas A&M University at Galveston and Texas A&M University at Qatar. In addition SRS supports pre-award services for the regional campuses of Tarleton State University, Texas A&M University–Central Texas, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi, and Texas A&M–San Antonio.

Texas A&M Technology Commercialization  (TTC) encourages broad practical application of Texas A&M University System research; encourages and assists faculty, researchers and staff in the protection, licensing and commercialization of their discoveries; and ensures the equitable distribution of royalties and other monetary benefits resulting from the commercial application of intellectual property.

Texas A&M University’s Global Health Research Complex (GHRC) is a state-of-the-art research facility that will improve animal and human health within Texas, across the United States, and around the globe.

If you represent an emerging life science technology company, this is your opportunity to collaborate with a top-tier research university and establish your presence on campus, in our dedicated Business Accelerator space.