Woman working in plant.

By including man-machine interactions in algorithms for assessing the performance of petrochemical plants, Texas A&M scientists have created a more comprehensive virtual tool to design safer, more environmentally friendly chemical manufacturing units.

Dr. Qingsheng Wang  with his students

Before Dr. Qingsheng Wang became an associate professor of chemical engineering in the Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center at Texas A&M University, he was a doctoral student working there. Wang discusses his journey from Texas A&M and back.

Boron carbide crystals

Current body armor does not protect against all high-speed impacts. Texas A&M researchers have a recipe to fix this problem.

machine learning algorithms can be biased

Most humans are biased. But did you know that machine learning algorithms can also be biased? Dr. Xia "Ben" Hu has been bestowed a joint NSF-Amazon award to fix this problem and make artificial intelligence fairer.