Ross Guieb talking to Ryan D. McCarthy during a tour at the Research Integration Center, with both wearing hard hats, construction vests and masks.

U.S. Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy visited the RELLIS Campus to see construction progress at The Texas A&M University System’s George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex.

Dr. Roderic Pettigrew leaning against a wooden desk with a globe, two magazines and a computer on it and an American flag behind him.

Dr. Roderic Pettigrew will be presented with the National Science Board's Vannevar Bush Award. It honors lifelong science and technology leaders who have made exceptional contributions to the welfare of the nation through public service in science and technology and in shaping public policy.

Graphic representation of aortic dissection

Dr. Chandler Benjamin and his team are using material characterization and nonlinear models to help health care providers better identify the life threatening condition of aortic dissection.

Computational simulation showing colorful strands representing different part of T-cell, cell interaction.

Research led by Dr. Wonmuk Hwang has led to better understanding on how components of the body’s immune system find intruding or damaged cells, which could lead to novel approaches to viral and cancer treatments.

A coastal area that has been flooded by a storm

Nearly half the world’s population lives within 100 kilometers of a coastline, putting them at risk of rising sea levels, eroding coastlines and more frequent storms and hurricanes. Dr. Jens Figlus and his team are safeguarding these coastal communities through better designed hybrid coastal structures.

A concrete bridge collapse after a natural disaster.

Dr. Petros Sideris has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to advance the fundamental understanding and computational simulation of the damage and failure mechanisms of reinforced concrete structures under extreme natural events.

3D illustration of night takeoff of the American Space Shuttle.

Determining the number, time, direction and magnitude of velocity impulses that minimize total impulse is a central problem in orbit transfer optimization. Over 50 years after T.N. Edelbaum raised the issue, Dr. John Junkins and a team of researchers have found a solution.

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram icons on iPhone screen display.

A team of Texas A&M University researchers have developed a weakly supervised approach that can train machine learning algorithms quickly to recognize social media text related to disasters.

Man using augmented reality technology device in lab

Texas A&M Engineering researchers have been awarded $5 million from the National Science Foundation to develop a mixed-reality learning environment with physical, augmented and virtual reality components for emergency responders.

Illustration of neurons in the brain connecting

The interaction between neurons and infrared light could open doors in expanding disease treatment options and improving medical devices. Researchers still aren't sure how infrared light plays a role. With the help from a U.S. Air Force grant, Dr. Alex Walsh looks for answers.

Image of an electric car charging.

Researchers have designed a new supercapacitor that is lightweight, flexible and has a much smaller carbon footprint than before. Also, it can store a charge up to 900 times more than state-of-the-art supercapacitors.

Illustration depicting lightweight aircraft design.

Texas A&M Engineering researchers have been awarded $1.3 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to design, fabricate and test a lightweight and ultra-efficient electric powertrain for aircraft propulsion.

Blue mechanical arm overlayed by transparent engineering schematics.

The SecureAmerica Institute, led by The Texas A&M University System and managed by the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, has released a $4 million project call as part of a nationwide initiative for a secure and resilient U.S. manufacturing and industrial base.