The all-day event brought together leading subject matter experts from across Texas as part of an ongoing effort to take the state’s semiconductor industry into the next generation.
Texas A&M researchers are developing technology to track and understand contributors to issues like stress, anxiety and burnout in in health care workers.
High Performance Research Computing will field six undergraduates for the international Student Cluster Competition at the 2022 Supercomputing Conference in Dallas.
The Texas A&M research could allow antibiotics to have a greater impact on pathogens.
Arum Han and his team have developed a new technology that can analyze cell properties through the use of single-cell electrorotation, which can aid in many life science applications such as disease diagnosis.
The Mitchell twins have embarked on their first year at Texas A&M, having grown their passion for STEM through a unique New Orleans-based program.
Texas A&M agribusiness graduate Art Castillo ’16 donated his find to a nearby museum, where it will remain as a valuable teaching tool for future generations of Texans.
The Texas A&M research has potential implications for treating neurotrauma and spinal cord injuries.
Humans and robots are working closer than ever before. Texas A&M researchers are using brain imaging to investigate how these interactions can impact human trust in robots during manufacturing tasks.
Researchers are using photodynamic therapy to break the dangerous cycle of fighting increasingly resistant bacteria with increasingly stronger antibiotics.