The Texas Automated Buoy System is one of the oldest and most successful state funded, ocean-observing systems in the country.
The College of Engineering at Texas A&M now offers undergraduate students a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering.
Researchers from Texas A&M were awarded a grant that will support research to enhance the training of orthopedic residents through a 3D printed simulator and visualized performance data.
An assistant professor in Texas A&M's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering helped develop a wireless lighting device that allows for direct illumination during surgeries.
The water repelling characteristic that plants possess inspired Texas A&M researchers to develop a way to control the hydrophobicity of a surface.
Texas A&M NSF Graduate Research Fellow Taylor Hutchison studies the universe’s earliest stars and shares her passion for science through community outreach.
As a space-grant institution, Texas A&M University is contributing research and talent to support NASA's missions to the moon, Mars and beyond.
The Division of Information Technology’s cybersecurity awareness campaign was recognized for teaching best practices through Aggie LIFE, a digital board game.
A team of Texas A&M students in Boeing's GoFly Prize competition won $50,000 for their third-scale prototype. They've now set their sights on building a full-scale technology demonstrator for a final fly-off in 2020.
A Texas A&M petroleum engineering professor's research on natural gas hydrates could be key to developing the energy resource in an economical, environmentally responsible way.