Researchers in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University are working to make life easier through research that is revolutionizing society.
Texas A&M Technology Commercialization honored two Texas A&M University faculty members with its Innovation Award.
Like a student driver learning to parallel park for a driver’s license, Texas A&M-Galveston’s midshipmen must learn a multitude of skills to obtain a Third Mates maritime license.
Texas A&M University’s High Performance Research Computing center was recently named an Intel® Parallel Computing Center.
A red chair was a key player in the 17th annual Women in Information Technology Conference, held in the Memorial Student Center.
Fully automated vehicles are expected to hit the roads as early as 2018.
In the collaborative project with Arizona State and Yahoo!, Hu’s team at the Data Analytics at Texas A&M Lab focuses on social spamming detection and understanding user behavior by analyzing people’s online posts and social interactions.
Researchers have developed a new method that will help them quickly determine the effectiveness of a TB treatment.
Texas A&M’s video game design programs continued to rise in new lists by The Princeton Review.
Environmental chemistry can turn everyday iron into an incredibly useful material.