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A team of researchers is creating mobile robots for military applications that can determine, with or without human intervention, whether wheels or legs are more suitable to travel across terrains. The adaptable Wheel-and-Leg Transformable Robot can traverse over varying surfaces, including staircases, more efficiently.

The National Science Foundation, through the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers program, awarded a team of researchers a grant to design and implement a program for high school students in Career and Technical Education. This program is currently being implemented at the Bryan Independent School District.

A student team from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering has won an international autonomous programming competition hosted by Shell in partnership with the Southwest Research Institute. The team developed a winning algorithm for energy-efficient autonomous vehicles.

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