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A team from the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering has uncovered key characteristics of the motility of Helicobacter pylori, a carcinogen that can lead to certain types of cancer. Treatments targeting the motility system of the bacteria could eliminate the risk of antibiotic resistance.

An article written by a research team led by Dr. Qingsheng Wang has been selected as an American Chemical Society Editors' Choice paper. The article examines the current literature around machine learning in the safety engineering field.

Dr. Perla Balbuena and Dr. Jorge Seminario were awarded the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Research Impact Award for their work developing protective layers for safer and longer-life batteries.


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