The system developed by Texas A&M researchers can separate different cell types within microdroplets.
Three undergraduates designed the prototype as part of Aggies Against COVID-19.
Texas A&M research shows that data-driven techniques used in autonomous systems hold the potential to solve complex modeling problems more accurately and efficiently.
Charles Culp is leading a new way of thinking about energy use in residential and commercial spaces.
A mobile application designed by Texas A&M students aims to easily connect users to care providers.
The Texas A&M-led clinical trial is funded by a $3.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.
A Texas A&M associate professor is using his understanding of fluid-solid surface interactions to simulate blood flow through mechanical valves.
Thomas Overbye led the installation of the first closely spaced magnetometer network in the country to lessen the impact of geomagnetic disturbances on the power grid.
A Texas A&M professor, in collaboration with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, received a Department of Energy grant to develop a system in engineered barriers to isolate and contain nuclear fuel waste.
Named for a pioneer programmer, the Grace system will address a surge in on-campus demand for high-performance computing.