Scientists are using the connectivity between artificial neurons to identify mutations of a new viral species.
Research from Texas A&M's Department of Mechanical Engineering could also have applications in energy production, medicine and more.
A mathematical framework developed by Texas A&M researchers can help engineers determine where to use sensors on aircraft and other complex machines.
A patch under development by a Texas A&M graduate student and an international team of researchers could help clinicians remotely monitor patients.
Research from the Texas A&M College of Engineering could lead to new approaches to treating viruses and cancers.
A small device attached to the vest of a service dog could notify the emergency contact of a person experiencing symptoms of a seizure.
A machine learning algorithm developed by Texas A&M researchers could quickly identify life-threatening situations through social media posts.
The grants help attract top scientific talent while building and sustaining the nation’s scientific workforce.
Texas A&M researchers have designed a new energy storage device that can store a charge up to 900 times greater than state-of-the-art supercapacitors.
The interaction between neurons and infrared light could open doors in expanding disease treatment options and improving medical devices.