Information about past outlier conditions could provide valuable context to help operators better manage the grid during extreme weather.
A collaboration between professors and students at the School of Architecture yielded an eye-catching design with major potential for improving efficiency and sustainability in urban spaces.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $1 million grant to a Texas A&M team.
Texas A&M expert Casey Papovich reacts to the "awe-inspiring" scenes of the universe captured by the NASA telescope.
The findings present a shift in the thinking of how regeneration could work in human medicine.
College of Engineering researchers have discovered artificial intelligence can accurately identify critical attributes of nuclear materials.
Researchers plan to create resilient building designs using a new green material called hempcrete that can lower the environmental impact of traditional construction.
A Texas A&M doctoral student is working with professor Sam Palermo to design and test rintegrated circuits that have the ability to heal from the damaging effects of radiation.
A June 4 dedication ceremony will recognize the simulator's move to the Lone Star Flight Museum's permanent collection. The university acquired the simulator in 2011 for education and research.
Membership is considered one of the highest honors in science.