Texas A&M researchers designed a blood vessel model that mimics its state of health and disease, paving the way for cardiovascular drug advancements with better precision.
Texas A&M researchers have identified factors that can predict a person's physiological responses to gravitational changes.
A team of Texas A&M industrial and systems engineering researchers will use their findings to explore the effectiveness of a wearable technology program for mental health.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station’s Office of Commercialization and Entrepreneurship has supported the launch of a lithium-based battery technology startup.
The agreements will allow students from Blinn, Angelina and South Texas colleges to more easily transfer to Texas A&M to study agricultural disciplines.
International Leadership of Texas students attending the camp also received instruction in leadership skills and Mandarin Chinese.
Texas A&M research into corrosion-resistant materials could help engineers construct safer structures in the future.
A Texas A&M researcher will lead a team tasked with developing deep-learning methods to detect telltale signs of the disease lurking within images produced by MRIs and PET scans.
Trillions of gallons of water are used annually to prevent power plants from overheating. A Texas A&M research group is looking into alternative methods of cooling steam turbines.
New research could mean fewer adverse impacts from plastic waste and cheaper lubricants used in vehicles and industrial activities.