Texas A&M Engineering is expanding its research and education capabilities as part of the recently announced RELLIS Campus. The new campus, which will be located at a revamped and renamed Riverside Campus, was announced Monday by Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and the Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas, have signed a formal affiliation agreement that will foster and strengthen research collaborations between the two institutions.
On Monday, April 4, 2016, the Texas A&M Energy Institute hosted Texas Optimization Day, one-day conference aimed to create an opportunity for researchers across the state to share their research and educational developments in the field.
The Texas A&M University System Water-Energy-Food Nexus initiative (WEF Nexus) was one of a select group of projects presented March 22 at the first-ever White House Water Summit. Dr. Rabi H. Mohtar, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Endowed Professor in the biological and agricultural engineering, and civil and environmental engineering departments at Texas A&M University, leads the WEF Nexus initiative.
For 20 years, industry professionals from across the globe have flocked to College Station, Texas, for the Process Engineering R&D Center’s (formerly the Food Protein Research and Development Center) short course, “Snack Food Processing.”
The Texas Center for Applied Technology (TCAT) and the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD) recently released a custom system for the National Dairy Farmers Assuring Responsible Management (FARM) Program that builds on and further expands the AgConnect® technology.
Researchers at the Nuclear Security Science and Policy Institute (NSSPI) in conjunction with the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University, and Professor Charles M. Folden III at the Cyclotron Institute, have developed a new method in nuclear forensics research to determine the reactor origins of weapons-grade plutonium.