Large gas turbine

A team led by Dr. Raymundo Arróyave has received $1.2 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to investigate a class of metals using data driven material discovery that can withstand higher operating temperatures.

Adding small quantities of the element boron to vanadium dioxide makes the material function like a synapse.

In a new study, researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have described a new material that comes close to mimicking how brain cells perform computations.

Montage of items including a laptop, petroleum refinery, hard hat, and engineer

Dr. Akhil Datta-Gupta is participating in a Department of Energy multi-university and national laboratory project to create an advanced machine-learning system that understands and renders oil and gas reservoir production processes and conditions as they happen.

several clear glass beakers in a row on a long machine

Dr. Berna Hascakir is investigating pretreatment methods for heavily contaminated produced water so it can be reclaimed and used in hydraulic fracturing processes, saving millions of gallons of fresh water.

Researcher holds a test tube containing sludge and the Zobellella denitrificans ZD1 bacteria.

Using a bacterial strain found in mangroves, researchers at Texas A&M University have uncovered a low-cost, sustainable method for producing bioplastics from sewage sludge and wastewater.

Two hospital staff work to intubate a patient lying in a hospital bed.

Dr. Vanderlei Bagnato is testing a new cleaning method that may stop bacteria from spreading within endotracheal tubes, reducing the risk of patients getting hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia.

Industrial technology concept. Factory automation.

Researchers from Texas A&M Engineering and the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts et Métiers are collaborating to advance the science and technology for biocomposite manufacturing.

The bright Houston skyline at twilight.

After creating a cross-domain, open-access data hub, Dr. Le Xie, his team and collaborators discovered the stark impact human mobility has had on the United States’ electricity markets during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Graphic with photos of Dr. Duncan Maitland and Dr. Richard Miles who have been named 2020 National Academy of Inventors Fellows.

Dr. Duncan J. Maitland and Dr. Richard Miles from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering are among 175 scientists elected to the 2020 class of fellows by the National Academy of Inventors. The class of fellows will be inducted at the 2021 Fellows Induction Ceremony next June.

The Grace supercomputer.

Texas A&M University is offering researchers a new flagship high-performance computing platform. Named in memory of programming pioneer Vice Admiral Grace Hopper, the Grace system will address a surge in on-campus demand for high-performance computing.

Stethoscope on a chart for monitoring blood sugar.

Researchers at Texas A&M University have fine-tuned the properties of a class of hydrogels so that they can hold on to glucose-sensing molecules more tightly while still allowing glucose to flow in and out.

A pipette squirting liquid into a microfluidic device

Researchers at Texas A&M University have invented a high-throughput cell separation method that can be used in conjunction with droplet microfluidics. This technology facilitates more efficient screening assays for unraveling how pathogenic microbes interact with host cells that can eventually lead to new therapeutics.