American universities must produce new technologies and more trained professionals in the field of energy efficiency to deal with looming energy shortages, says a Texas A&M professor and TEES researcher who specializes in energy systems.
Dr. Karen Butler-Purry, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been named recipient of the 2005 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Mentor Award.
Researchers in the Brain Networks Laboratory at Texas A&M have received nearly $1 million from the National Institutes of Health for their work exploring and understanding the complexity and scaling properties of the circuit structure of the brain.
Dr. Daniel F. Jennings, a professor in the Industrial Distribution Program at Texas A&M University, joined an elite group when he was inducted into the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) at the academy's 2005 meeting in Savannah, Ga.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville and the Texas Engineering Experiment Station have received almost $1 million from the National Science Foundation for a major student recruitment and retention program at the university.
James Bond may use the fanciest, most expensive and high-tech devices to thwart would-be eavesdroppers, but in a pinch, the super-spy can use one Texas A&M engineer's simple, low-cost scheme to keep data secure from the bad guys.