A new cleaning method may stop bacteria from spreading within endotracheal tubes, reducing the risk of infection.
A senior capstone design team is working with artist Rosemarie Fiore on a Pyrotechnic Art Tool that will help ensure art, creation and discovery continue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using a bacterial strain found in mangroves, Texas A&M researchers have uncovered a low-cost, sustainable method for producing bioplastics from sewage sludge and wastewater.
In a new study, Texas A&M researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering describe a new material that comes close to mimicking how brain cells perform computations.
The ocean engineering doctoral candidate's work expands upon current knowledge to help industry engineers reduce research cost, maintenance needs and more.
A cross-domain, open-access data hub created by Texas A&M researchers shows the effects human mobility has on the United States’ electricity markets.
Researchers at Texas A&M have fine-tuned a hydrogel membrane that could be used to form biosensors transplanted under the skin to monitor sugar levels in diabetics.
The system developed by Texas A&M researchers can separate different cell types within microdroplets.
Three undergraduates designed the prototype as part of Aggies Against COVID-19.
Texas A&M research shows that data-driven techniques used in autonomous systems hold the potential to solve complex modeling problems more accurately and efficiently.