Ramy Rady has designed a chip that can revolutionize the current data rate for processors and technologies such as smartphones and laptops.
The microdevice can be used to observe how cancer cells interact with vascular and blood cells and test novel ways to treat the disease.
Texas A&M researchers have mined location-based data to essential establishments during Hurricane Harvey to develop a framework for monitoring communities’ resilience.
Robin Murphy spent eight days assisting response teams in the search for survivors at the rubble pile.
Texas A&M researchers have shown that shape-memory metal fillers inserted into the front edge of airplane wings can reduce noise generated during landing.
The composites can be added to building materials or 3D printed as decorative assets.
Researchers at Texas A&M are determining if it's possible for semi-autonomous vehicles to interpret situations in a way resembling the human decision-making process.
Texas A&M Oceanography undergraduates recently spent four days on a research cruise in the Gulf of Mexico.
The contract from the Army Research Laboratory will support autonomous vehicle research at the Bush Combat Development Complex.
Texas A&M research lays the groundwork toward building electrical stimulation implants.