The wearable devices aim to reduce or redistribute spine loading associated with heavy manual work.
With cyberattacks on the rise, Texas A&M students and employees are learning cyber safety through the university's award-winning online games.
Texas A&M researchers have shown that a coagulation method using electricity instead of chemicals is effective at removing and inactivating nonenveloped viruses from untreated water.
A study from Texas A&M and the University of Texas at Austin found that educational outreach programs are positive for both audiences and the students who present them.
Fifth Annual Postdoctoral Research Symposium attracted participants from 15 schools and colleges.
Texas A&M researchers are advancing technology that could give touch devices the ability to mimic the feeling of physical objects.
Texas A&M chemist Jonathan Sczepanski has won two National Science Foundation grants to examine different aspects of DNA, including forms that cause cancer.
A Texas A&M team led by Byung-Jun Yoon has been awarded $2.4 million to develop new computational techniques to reduce the size of data sets generated in scientific user facilities.
The presidential appointee is known for his scientific brilliance and collaborative skill.
Thanks to its translucent body close in appearance to a related species, the Danionella cerebrum had been able to hide in plain sight. A Texas A&M researcher is among the team of international scientists who named and classified the fish.