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See the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station's news from April 2022.
Group photo at 2021 Texas A&M New Ventures Competition.

A group of previous Texas A&M New Ventures Competition winners has joined forces to establish a generous cash award that supports fellow Texas-based entrepreneurs.

 Industry 4.0 concept and communication network

5G technology is poised to offer manufacturers the ability to make rapid, real-time decisions — bridging existing gaps in the nation’s industrial base.

Decorative model of linked carbon atoms

With seed grant funding from the Texas A&M Energy Institute, researchers at Texas A&M University reveal a novel monitoring system for carbon dioxide sequestered underground and out of the environment that provides high accuracy and rapid modeling.

An astronaut holding and looking at a rock on a vibrant orange Mars.

Researchers at Texas A&M University, in collaboration with Cornell University, created prototypes of a soft-robotics assistive actuator. The development builds on the SmartSuit design proposed by Dr. Ana Diaz Artiles to enhance the current gas-pressurized spacesuits.

Amir Asadi profile image with Texas A&M University College of Engineering logo

Dr. Amir Asadi has been awarded a Faculty Career Development Award by the National Science Foundation. The award funded the development of a thermoplastic composites manufacturing method that uses hybrid nanomaterials and is complete within minutes.

Close up of man's hands holding a cell phone and typing on his laptop's keyboard. There is an illustration of the login screen floating above the keys.

Dr. Nitesh Saxena and his team designed new, easy-to-use methods to improve the security of push notification-based second-factor authentication systems against concurrency attacks that acquire a password and launch a login session simultaneously as the primary user.

Network concept over planet Earth

Threatcasting is a new concept that operates using inputs from social science, technical research, cultural history, economics, trends, expert interviews and science fiction to create potential visions of the future — both good and bad.

Dr. Abdoulaye Djire, assistant professor, and graduate student Denis Johnson

For every molecule of ammonia produced by its current process, two molecules of carbon dioxide are made. To reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption, researchers from Texas A&M University are developing a method to produce ammonia through electrochemical processes.

Dr. Chao Ma profile image

Dr. Chao Ma has received the Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation. Ma will use the award to create a new granulated powder and an innovative powder bed formation method that will work synergistically to strengthen the use of advanced ceramics.

Dr. Thomas Overbye and Dr. Adam Birchfield

Dr. Thomas Overbye and Dr. Adam Birchfield co-authored a new edition of the book titled "Power System Analysis and Design,” which is updated with the latest case studies, fresh problems and examples, and a new chapter on power system economics and optimization.

Engineer using a tablet to control an automated machine.

SecureAmerica Institute experts explain why empowering small manufacturers toward digital transformation is vital to protect America’s national security and economic infrastructure.

Artistic rendering of hypersonic aircraft above the Earth

Hypersonic weapons and aircraft travel at least five times the speed of sound. Texas A&M University researchers and collaborators across the country are working with the Department of Defense to lead the charge in developing innovations in hypersonic technology, such as high-speed aviation and missiles.

Dr. J. N. Reddy

Named one of the world’s top 2% of scientists in a Stanford University survey, Dr. J.N. Reddy discusses how the Texas A&M University College of Engineering has progressed.

Faculty member holds a tube with a red liquid inside and shows it to a group of three students. All are wearing personal protective equipment.

Three biomedical engineering faculty members are collaborating on research to investigate how a new class of bioinks could impact how engineers 3D print living tissues and organs.

Dr. Marvin L. Adams standing in a room with the Department of Nuclear Engineering and a nuclear fission symbol in the background.

Congress confirmed President Joe Biden’s appointment of Dr. Marvin L. Adams to deputy administrator for defense programs within the Department of Energy. Adams will oversee federal programs that ensure the safety, security and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile.

golden and diamond egg award trophies arranged on a table

The Engineering Genesis Award was presented to 27 researchers and their teams during a ceremony on March 29. The golden award is presented for research grants of $1 million or more, while the diamond award is presented for $10 million or more.