Texas A&M researchers argue their study's results provide evidence that cells in a mammalian amputation wound retain the capacity and information for joint regeneration.
The future of aerial and ground autonomous vehicles will take shape at Texas A&M's StarLab located on the RELLIS campus.
A Texas A&M study shows that a video game developed by students and faculty in its visualization department helps improve outcomes for students studying calculus, a prerequisite for STEM degrees with a high failure rate.
Memorandum of Understanding calls for collaboration on research projects to support goals for NASA and the United States in space science and exploration.
Kernel methods are used for pattern recognition in machine learning to make them more adept and applicable to the constantly changing world of technology.
Among the 11 teams to receive a U.S. Department of Energy award is a team from the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) led by Dr. Kate Davis.
Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering researchers are contributing to renewable energy solutions with a National Science Foundation grant.
The Texas A&M astronomer will determine and prioritize the most important activities in astronomy and astrophysics for the next decade.
A Texas A&M team has partnered with Adobe Research scientists to find new ways to protect user privacy from video-enabled in-home devices.
Each year, a maximum of three students nationwide are selected from among a very talented and highly qualified pool of applicants to receive the prestigious award