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190 enrolled graduate students
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155 enrolled undergraduate students

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Dr. Yan Zhou, former student from the materials science and engineering department, has received a 2020 Ronald P. Harrelson Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineering Award from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers in recognition of his exceptional contributions to the industry.

In a new study, researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have described a new material that comes close to mimicking how brain cells perform computations.

Jessica Zamarripa, a graduate student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, and a team of international researchers are creating a novel wearable patch to help medical professionals remotely monitor patients’ vitals and reduce hospital overcrowding during and after COVID-19.

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