Texas A&M's David C. Powers earned the National Science Foundation's CAREER Award for his research focused on developing new catalysts to address unsolved problems in chemical synthesis and energy conversion.
Texas A&M’s Nick Perez will research mountain building and provide students with international high-impact learning experiences.
Johanna Dunaway, an associate professor in Texas A&M’s Department of Communication, found that the size of smartphone screens can affect how well consumers understand information from video news.
Researchers from Texas A&M were awarded a grant that will support research to enhance the training of orthopedic residents through a 3D printed simulator and visualized performance data.
Andrea Roberts received a $50,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to support her work documenting post-Civil War black settlements, Freedman’s Towns and urban enclaves.
Geosciences junior Mia Self dove 2,500 meters deep in HOV ALVIN during a NSF-funded research cruise, led by a Texas A&M Oceanography professor.
A study led by a Texas A&M College of Medicine professor found that eating saturated fatty acids can slow down internal circadian clocks, resulting in inflammation and other health problems.
Texas A&M NSF Graduate Research Fellow Taylor Hutchison studies the universe’s earliest stars and shares her passion for science through community outreach.
As a space-grant institution, Texas A&M University is contributing research and talent to support NASA's missions to the moon, Mars and beyond.
Cows can make an antibody that can reach a part of the virus that human antibodies normally can’t, paving the way for a new immunological therapy.