A $1.2 million National Science Foundation grant will allow Texas A&M researchers and collaborators to work to improve the understanding of human-robot interactions in high-risk industries.
The surveys of shuttle riders and other information collected will inform planning for future transit and transportation options on campus and in the surrounding Bryan-College Station community.
Texas A&M researchers found that Mars has undergone wet and dry periods and salt lakes formed similar to some found in South America.
The National Science Foundation Grant will establish the Texas A&M Research Institute for Foundations of Interdisciplinary Data Science.
Rui Tuo's research aims to establish a new uncertainty quantification (UQ) method, through experimental design, data analysis, and model validation and calibration.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, Army Futures Command Gen. John Murray and Texas A&M System Chancellor John Sharp announced a $65 million, five-year agreement supporting research into new technologies.
The study funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation will allow TEES researchers to develop and test automated driving systems for rural roads without high-definition maps and with no or low-quality road signs or markings.
A NASA and TRISH-funded study will investigate the possibility of developing first-ever international medical database for retired astronauts.
Camella Carlson '20 and Oscar Gonzalez '20 are recipients of the honor from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
A video game developed by a Texas A&M animal science senior helps users develop cattle-working skills.