The results of this international effort paint a dynamic picture of how species adapt to changing environments.
Texas A&M joins scientific institutions across six countries in celebrating the project's most recent milestone underway in Arizona.
Texas A&M engineers are using machine learning to help automate the ship-landing process by mimicking a helicopter pilot’s behavior.
The contribution builds upon Samsung’s commitment to developing a STEM-ready workforce in Central Texas.
Engineering professor Joshua Peeples is working with faculty from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to process data from the state-of-the-art Plant Growth and Phenotyping Facility.
Ear speaker vibrations and motion sensor data on newer smartphones could compromise caller information security.
Dr. Michael Demkowicz predicted self-healing in metal; this summer it was observed, shocking scientists around the world.
The $200 million facility will be built at the Johnson Space Center in Houston to help ensure Texas remains a leader in space exploration.
The interdisciplinary initiative is funded by a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
A new research project will explore the unprecedented tools and processes now available through machine learning.