Clear feedback of fracturing processes is now possible thanks to an advanced algorithm developed by researchers at Texas A&M and the Colorado School of Mines.
A new study by Texas A&M researchers could help environmental agencies keep track of the source of organic air pollutants.
Texas A&M researchers are working to establish a configurable, adaptive and scalable swarm system consisting of unmanned ground and aerial robots designed to assist in collaborative smart agriculture tasks.
Texas A&M researchers explain how to convert carbon dioxide, through reduction reactions, into value-added chemicals for fuels.
New Texas A&M research might help design more radiation-tolerant structural parts for safer and more efficient nuclear reactors.
After enduring his own health problems, Dylan McCreedy is determined to help those suffering from spinal cord injuries.
Texas A&M anthropology professor Darryl de Ruiter is part of a team that discovered a child’s skull believed to be up to 250,000 years old in a South African cave.
Former student James Peery '90 talks about the labs' critical mission ensuring the nation's security and its growing partnership with his alma mater.
After a significant increase in the number of cyberattacks this year, Texas A&M experts explain what malware is and what can be done to better protect these systems from future attacks.
The wearable devices aim to reduce or redistribute spine loading associated with heavy manual work.