A Texas A&M expert explains the first-of-its-kind test and the continued importance of exploring asteroids and other celestial objects.
A&M's executive dean for EnMed and CEO of EnHealth, Dr. Roderic Pettigrew, is being recognized in the area of Mathematical and Physical Sciences with a specialty in Engineering and Technology.
Former student Ray Rothrock and other donors are instrumental in helping elevate the university as a cybersecurity leader through $10 million combined gift.
Texas A&M will lead the Department of Energy-funded Energy Frontier Research Center.
Texas A&M scientists have joined a $3-million NASA-funded research project testing and improving robots’ ability to assist planetary explorations.
A Texas A&M researcher will lead a team studying the robustness and security of traditional election systems that scan and process hand-marked paper ballots.
Research from Texas A&M could untether patients from bulky cuffed devices by applying small strips of graphene to the skin to collect cardiovascular data.
A Texas A&M teamhas developed a new class of biomaterial inks that mimic native characteristics of highly conductive human tissue.
Texas A&M and Arizona State University researchers will develop artificial intelligence algorithms to predict fatigue states using human breath.
Information about past outlier conditions could provide valuable context to help operators better manage the grid during extreme weather.