Research from Texas A&M's Department of Mechanical Engineering could also have applications in energy production, medicine and more.
A mathematical framework developed by Texas A&M researchers can help engineers determine where to use sensors on aircraft and other complex machines.
A patch under development by a Texas A&M graduate student and an international team of researchers could help clinicians remotely monitor patients.
Research from the Texas A&M College of Engineering could lead to new approaches to treating viruses and cancers.
A small device attached to the vest of a service dog could notify the emergency contact of a person experiencing symptoms of a seizure.
A machine learning algorithm developed by Texas A&M researchers could quickly identify life-threatening situations through social media posts.
The grants help attract top scientific talent while building and sustaining the nation’s scientific workforce.
Texas A&M researchers have designed a new energy storage device that can store a charge up to 900 times greater than state-of-the-art supercapacitors.
The interaction between neurons and infrared light could open doors in expanding disease treatment options and improving medical devices.
The innovation could help speed up the drug discovery process.