Each racecar in the challenge will be programmed to maneuver the track, obstacles and other competitors in pursuit of $1.5 million in rewards.
A review of 10,000 students found no evidence that men outperform women in some science courses – which could help end stereotypes that harm women in STEM.
New construction materials could lead to beyond-Earth structures and help future space missions.
It’s believed early settlers to the islands eventually changed the landscape of the Bahamas.
A 4.4 million-year-old skeleton could show how early humans moved and began to walk upright, according to new research led by a Texas A&M anthropology professor.
They're among the "1,000 Inspiring Black Scientists in America" named by Cell Mentor.
Texas A&M researchers designed a new reinforcement-based system that automates the prediction of subsurface environments.
In an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle, Texas A&M experts outline what they believe should be done to prevent similar outages during future severe weather events.
Two scientists in Texas A&M’s Department of Geology and Geophysics are part of the Perseverance team.
It's the kind of issue that researchers at the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station's Smart Grid Center aim to prevent in the future by finding solutions for a more resilient power system.