Edith and Peter O'Donnell Awards

Edith and Peter O’Donnell Awards Call for Nominations

TAMEST is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Edith and Peter O’Donnell Awards. The O’Donnell Awards annually acknowledge outstanding achievements of rising star Texas researchers in four categories: medicine, engineering, science and technology innovation.

Each award includes a $25,000 honorarium and an invitation to present at TAMEST’s Annual Conference in January. The deadline for submitting nominations is April 30, 2018.

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Video: Learn More About TAMEST

Get to know TAMEST. What we do. Who we are. Why we make a difference.

As the state’s premier scientific organization, TAMEST brings together Texas’ best and brightest scientists and researchers.

Learn more about what TAMEST members and advocates have to say about our organization and the impact we have on the state.

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Edith and Peter O'Donnell Awards Logo

2018 O’Donnell Awards

Edith and Peter O'Donnell Awards Logo

2019 Annual Conference

2017 Annual Conference

National Academy of Engineering Elects 10 Texas Members

TAMEST is happy to welcome 10 new members to our organization who were recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

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2018 Annual Conference

TAMEST 2018 Annual Conference: Aerospace

The TAMEST 2018 Annual Conference: Aerospace explored the potential in Texas for greater research and development in aerospace, specifically in the areas of human space flight, aeronautics and commercial space exploration.

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Shale report

TAMEST Releases Report on Impacts of Oil and Gas Development

TAMEST Shale Task Force and TAMEST President Gordon England briefed the Texas House Energy Resources Committee at the Texas Capitol about the findings of the report, focusing on key highlights from the overall report as well as from the seismicity, water and transportation chapters.

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Shale report

TAMEST Releases Report on Impacts of Oil and Gas Development

TAMEST has released a new report on the effects of shale oil and natural gas development in Texas, focusing on six areas: seismicity, land resources, water, air, transportation and community impacts.

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