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Doctoral student Xiaoyu “Sky” Guo is using a basic traffic diagram to detect shifts between traffic states to estimate the flow-density relationship at a signalized intersection, and emerging connected vehicle technologies could benefit traffic flow modeling and the development of traffic management strategies.

Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a web-based, real-time open and collaborative platform to improve decision-making by generating research on potential impacts – social, economic and environmental – on supply chains due to COVID-19.

Three years ago, a team from NASA worked on the design of the life raft at a Texas A&M University facility that would have protected astronauts in the event of an emergency in the Gulf of Mexico. The crew of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon carried that raft into orbit in 2020.


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