Texas A&M researchers have described the mechanisms that enable bacteria to adapt to varying viscosities in their environment.
Texas A&M researchers have a novel idea to capture carbon dioxide and water from passenger car exhaust and use them in urban greenhouses for food production.
A recent underwater gas pipeline leak led to a fire in the Gulf of Mexico. Texas A&M researchers are looking to prevent future subsea pipeline failures.
Texas A&M researchers are developing biosensors to detect acute kidney injuries, which could help clinicians provide more effective treatment.
In a new study, Texas A&M researchers have discovered that a class of ceramics called MAX phases can self-heal cracks even at room temperature.
The water-based nanocoatings developed by a Texas A&M researcher can add fire and UV-light protection and chemical recognition capabilities to uniforms.
The first-of-its-kind program at Texas A&M introduces middle and high school students to data science and cybertechnologies.
A Texas A&M team has developed a concept that could decrease the cost and time it takes to install offshore wind turbines.
A Texas A&M study is a first step in designing more advanced tools to understand and engineer bacteria-host interaction toward biomedical applications.
The funding also establishes faculty fellowships, graduate student assistantships and undergraduate scholarships.