Texas A&M researchers are developing an ocean renewable energy station that could combine wind, wave, current and solar energy methods on a floating offshore platform.
Instead of converting solar light into electrical power for immediate use, Texas A&M's Christi Madsen envisions remoting light energy to another location optically by concentrating solar light.
A smart device-based electronic platform designed by Texas A&M researchers can help patients monitor their mental health between visits to their health care provider.
An interdisciplinary team seeks to better understand how the mechanical properties of cells operate in the body and how pathologies can disrupt these processes.
Using an advanced microscopy technique, Texas A&M researchers have uncovered a twin boundary defect in a soft polymer that has never been observed before.
A multidisciplinary team of Texas A&M researchers developed a new metal-free battery platform that could lead to more sustainable, recyclable batteries.
Two Texas A&M students are part of a team recognized for its innovative solution to prevent autonomous military vehicles from cyberattacks.
A Texas A&M graduate student has established a unique style of teaching that might revolutionize how engineering courses are taught in classrooms.
Texas A&M associate professor Thomas Ferris is working on a U.S. Army Futures Command project to integrate automation that will support human crew members in future combat ground vehicle systems.
New resesarch shows that eco-industrial parks inspired by the architecture of food webs are economically beneficial, resilient and environmentally friendly.