The goal of their patent-pending product is to reduce points of contact and the spread of germs.
The coronavirus pandemic quickly pushed universities online this year. Here's how Texas A&M adjusted.
The proposed biosensor could potentially detect airborne pathogens in high-traffic areas like hospitals and retirement homes.
Starting Thursday Aggies can use the artificial intelligence-based detector.
Faculty members are finding unique ways to teach during the pandemic.
Funding from a National Science Foundation program will help a team of Texas A&M engineering and public health students take the EASYMASK from concept to market.
Wenshe Ray Liu, the first scientist to identify remdesivir as a potential treatment option, says researchers are pursuing leads on medications to fight SARS-CoV-2.
Texas A&M civil engineering researchers are using a deep learning model to forecast the growth of COVID-19 cases.
Researchers are using radiation to decontaminate personal protective equipment including gowns, facial shields and N95 masks.
Sterilizing used face masks and gowns by exposing them to electron beams could help mitigate the shortage of personal protective equipment.