Researchers are working to enhance the current gas-pressurized suits to make them more accommodating for astronauts exploring planetary surfaces.
For John E. Hurtado, who is now leading the College of Engineering, his journey at Texas A&M started with grad school.
Texas A&M researchers have identified factors that can predict a person's physiological responses to gravitational changes.
For the second year, the "Farmers Flight" Society of Automotive Engineers Aero Design team is the overall winner of the SAE Aero Design competition.
Texas A&M researchers have shown that shape-memory metal fillers inserted into the front edge of airplane wings can reduce noise generated during landing.
An aeronautical engineering degree from Texas A&M prepared Frank D. Frazier ’51 for two wars, a space race and piloting more than 30 types of airplanes.
Aerospace engineering doctoral student Samalis Santini De León has spent the last four years on NASA’s entry, descent and landing team.
Texas A&M students are transforming a 1950s antique carnival rocket car into a virtual reality flight simulator to introduce young minds to the excitement of engineering.
The crew of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon carried the life raft into orbit in 2020.
The self-folding antennas can be stored flat, and when needed, deployed into the common bowl-like shape.