Organizers hope the new course will help students be better equipped with the skills necessary to critically analyze science presented in media.
Texas A&M researchers have developed a method to more easily predict the amount of oil and gas that can be recovered from newly-drilled wells.
Texas A&M researchers have created superior bone grafts to promote fast and precise bone healing.
The material for craniofacial bone grafts can facilitate cell regrowth and be tailored to an individual's face and skull structure.
A 2D nanosheet developed by scientists in the Department of Biomedical Engineering could be used to control cell response via light.
Texas A&M Atmospheric Sciences recently helped the National Weather Service monitor severe weather as it moved through the Brazos and Trinity Valleys.
Texas A&M biomedical engineering researchers designed a medical device that mimics blood vessels to design and monitor drugs for patients with clotting disorders.
A printable bioink developed by Texas A&M associate professor Akhilesh K. Gaharwar could be used to create anatomical-scale functional tissues.
Texas A&M researchers found that miniature electronics based on the Japanese art of kirigami are ideal for pressure sensing because of their ability to be repeatedly compressed.
Texas A&M and Essentium, Inc. researchers have developed a way to more effectively weld adjacent printed layers together.