The top five teams from around the world will participate in the final pitch competition at Texas A&M March 31-April 2.
Researchers at Texas A&M are developing a tool that could allow students to monitor their mental health through their smartwatch.
The Texas A&M faculty member becomes one of 126 researchers from 60 institutions this year to receive a two-year $75,000 fellowship.
Student teams from nearly 40 universities will compete to solve problems facing the world in just 48 hours.
Texas A&M researchers, along with computer scientists at Intel Labs, have designed a tool to identify the source of errors caused by software updates.
Dr. Deb Zoran uses her work with Texas A&M Task Force urban search and rescue dogs to study the unique temperature ranges of different breeds affects their ability to save lives.
A type of biodegradable hydrogel has gained much attention for its potential to deliver stem cells for body tissue repair.
A Texas A&M team is developing flame-retardant surface treatments that are more effective in fire protection and less damaging to the environment.
A new algorithm developed by Texas A&M researchers can help engineers select optimal designs that maximize profit while lowering hazardous impacts.
Research on terrestrial explosions by a team including a Texas A&M aerospace engineering professor could have applications in space and on Earth.