Cars drive through flooded streets.

Inspired by the same modeling and mathematical laws used to predict the spread of pandemics, researchers at Texas A&M University have created a model to accurately forecast the spread and recession process of floodwaters in urban road networks.

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Researchers at Texas A&M University have created a new type of photonic chip using optical waveguides that can reliably identify the molecular composition of chemical compounds.

Headshot of Dr. Tracy Hammond. Text on image: "Institute for Engineering Education & Innovation"

Dr. Tracy Hammond, professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, was recently named the director of the Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation. The appointment is effective Sept. 1.

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In the midst of a global pandemic, the Texas A&M New Ventures Competition converted its annual competition for innovators to a virtual delivery system to continue supporting Texas’ innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.

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The Clean Energy Incubator has received a $50,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator as part of its program to help startup companies retain staff and cope with the impacts of COVID-19.

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Dr. Abhishek Jain's team, through collaboration with the Departments of Gynecologic Oncology and Cancer Biology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, are gaining a better understanding on how ovarian cancer tumors work, which could lead to novel treatment options.

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The Texas A&M University System has appropriated $60.3 million to build the nation’s largest enclosed hypersonic testing facility, as well as an autonomous combat vehicle testing site, at the George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex.

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Researchers in the Wm Michael Barnes ’64 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University are working to determine which elements of built environments affect veterans with PTSD the most, and how they can be altered to help veterans thrive.

Close-up of two hands wearing blue latex gloves demonstrate flexibility of a new family of polymers that can self-heal, have shape memory and are recyclable.

Texas A&M University and the Army Research Laboratory have created a whole family of 3D printable synthetic materials whose stiffness spans a 1,000-fold range. Not just that, these materials can self-heal, have shape memory and are recyclable.

Dr. Cote, a smiling man wearing glasses and a button-down blue shirt, points to a smartwatch in his hands.

Dr. Gerard Coté received the Walston Chubb Award for Innovation from Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society. Coté was recognized for his leadership in the development of biomedical optical systems for an array of medical applications with clinical impact.

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Researchers at Texas A&M University, along with seven universities and three industry partners, are working to make on-demand metal additive manufacturing possible through the Habitats Optimized for Missions of Exploration (HOME) Institute at NASA.

An army soldier controlling a drone with a yoke.

A team led by Dr. Darren Hartl developed a novel fluid-structure interaction algorithm. This will provide the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's Army Research Laboratory with a vital tool in their pursuit of a transforming drone.

Nuclear engineering laboratory.

Texas A&M Engineering researchers will play a key role in a consortium sponsored by Natura Resources, LLC to build an advanced research reactor in Texas. The $30.5 million effort to design and license a research reactor is a collaboration with three other universities.

EnMed executive dean Dr. Roderic Pettigrew and U.S. Congressman John Lewis.

Dr. Roderic Pettigrew has written an essay dedicated to the memory of U.S. Congressman John Lewis to be included in the fall edition of The Bridge, the flagship quarterly publication of the National Academy of Engineering.

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Dr. Gerard Coté and Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering have been recognized by Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society, for their exemplary achievements in science and engineering.