The device applies pressure to the back while bending, helping keep it straight and taking some of the strain off muscles.
Ph.D. candidate Stephen DeCasien was invited to the site of an astounding discovery off the coast of Sicily but couldn’t go due to pandemic restrictions at the time, so he did the next best thing.
This free, family-friendly event opens the wonders of science and technology to the community with hands-on demonstrations and more.
Engineering Professor Hamid Toliyat is leading efforts for a multidisciplinary project to design, manufacture and test a lightweight and ultra-efficient electric powertrain for aircraft propulsion.
A Texas A&M veterinarian offers tips for designing coops and researching hatcheries.
From engineering to the humanities, experts agree that artificial intelligence technology is here to stay. But how can we maximize its benefits while avoiding ethical pitfalls and unintended consequences?
In light of balloons of questionable origins recently floating over U.S. airspace, a Texas A&M expert clears the air on weather balloons.
The key to successful socialization experiences is for owners to gradually expose their cat to new environments, sounds and situations.
Researchers develop a framework for guarding against the potential harms of AI that also overcomes the inflexible nature of government regulation.
Artificial intelligence could make legal services more streamlined and accessible — but many aspects of the profession still require a distinctly human touch, says A&M Law Professor Milan Markovic.