Texas A&M students are transforming a 1950s antique carnival rocket car into a virtual reality flight simulator to introduce young minds to the excitement of engineering.
The algorithm, designed at Texas A&M, can quickly predict the behavior of novel materials at blistering temperatures.
Wooley, a University Distinguished Professor and holder of the W.T. Doherty-Welch Chair in Chemistry, is being recognized for excellence in teaching and research.
Texas A&M researchers are developing tests to diagnose preeclampsia earlier in a pregnancy, even before symptoms occur.
Texas A&M researchers are developing a reliability framework to help utility companies better prepare for uncertainties that may arise.
A Texas A&M professor is part of an interdisciplinary research team testing whether electrical and optical pulses can help cells better absorb materials, such as vaccines.
A Texas A&M graduate student interprets passive sounds from fractured rock to catalog and map the subsurface channels needed for geothermal energy.
Texas A&M researchers have enhanced the dehumidification efficiency of a polymer that could help develop more energy-efficient systems with a smaller carbon footprint.
The crew of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon carried the life raft into orbit in 2020.
A metric designed by researchers at Texas A&M can calculate and forecast the average price of energy in the United States.