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  • National Security Agency Sponsors 2021 Aggies Invent

    Within 48 hours, Texas A&M students found innovative ways to use technology as a real-time assistant.

  • Students From Texas A&M, Myanmar Land Top Prize At VentureWell OPEN Minds Showcase

    By Kim Foli Ikpo, Texas A&M University College of Engineering Highlights Student teams named first and second place winners during Texas A&M’s Invent for the Planet teamed up to create an inexpensive light source to take to market in Myanmar. More than half of Myanmar’s citizens don’t have access to electricity,…

  • More Than 400 Students Participate In Global Design Challenge

    By Kim Foli Ikpo, Texas A&M University Engineering With 48 hours on the clock, students from 14 universities set out to make an impact on the world this past weekend. In the end, more than 400 students in 10 different countries came up with solutions to problems facing the…

  • Texas A&M Students Work To Solve World Problems In Global Challenge

    By Texas A&M University College of Engineering If you had a chance to make a difference in the world, would you create an environment for children in developing countries to continue learning once the sun has gone down, design a tool to decrease the massive amount of food…

  • Aggies Invent Hosts EnMed And USRG Students

    Left to right: Pablo Leon, Zack Davis, Antara Dattagupta, Cannon Woodbury, Rachael Cohen and Kassie Marble make up the winning team behind the winning product, the Preemie Scope, with Dr. Clint Leysath (far right). By Melanie Balinas, Texas A&M University College of Engineering  Finding ways to increase the comfort and…

  • Aggies Invent Students Heading To SXSW

    Three teams of students will design solutions for an “intelligent future” at SXSW. (Photo courtesy College of Engineering) By Melanie Balinas, Texas A&M University College of Engineering With mentorship and funding opportunities on the line, in addition to a chance to present at the annual South by Southwest (SXSW)…

  • Aggies Invent Addresses STEM Education

    By Melanie Balinas and Jessica Spence, Texas A&M College of Engineering Over 50 engineering students set out to make a difference in the lives of K-12 school children and teachers during the latest Aggies Invent, which tasked participants to create and develop solutions to problems many schools and classrooms face…