Membership is widely considered one of the highest honors a scientist can receive.
Sending small electrical currents to the fingertips of someone operating a robotic arm can help surgeons during robot-assisted procedures, the researchers found.
The Texas A&M research emphasizes how training methods impact different groups of people.
Texas A&M researchers have created a coating that can be applied to surfaces like conveyor belts and collection buckets.
Results from the collaboration with scientists from the Air Force Research Laboratory could have applications in the aerospace, automotive and defense industries.
Texas A&M AgriLife scientists found that fungi induce two substances in corn that boost immunity, making a stronger crop.
A Texas A&M AgriLife research team found that a handheld spectrometer may be used to quickly determine the level of THC in cannabis plants.
Texas A&M Professor Craig Wilson said Monarchs number about 141.5 million this year, compared to 300 million last year.
The cores show life present at 2,600 feet below the Indian Ocean seafloor. The discovery could lead to similar finds around the world.
A Texas A&M assistant professor is working with his students to develop better ways to differentiate between real and computer-generated images.