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Recent News

From semiconductors and magnetic storage to cancerous cells, Dr. George M. Pharr’s work in nanoindentation has changed the world. Texas A&M University recently recognized Pharr as a University Distinguished Professor.

Two students in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering received the 2022 College of Engineering Outstanding Graduate Student Award from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering during the Student Awards Banquet.

Most polymers are not easily degradable, meaning they do not break down at the molecular level and they stay in the environment forever. Using 3D printing, carbon dioxide and salt, researchers at Texas A&M University are creating safe, degradable polymers.


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198 enrolled undergraduate students

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Materials engineering is an applied field that seeks to design materials with some desired physical properties to serve a particular engineering function.

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