MSEN in the lab

Our students research today to materialize tomorrow

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is affiliated with laboratories throughout the College of Science and the College of Engineering spread over a 5,200-acre campus.

Researchers at Texas A&M University and the Stevens Institute of Technology are laying the groundwork to develop the next generation of biomedical materials used to treat chronic wounds.

In work that could help prevent the failure of everything from bridges to dental implants, a team led by a researcher at Texas A&M University has taken the first 3D image of a microscopic crack propagating through a metal damaged by hydrogen.

In high-temperature conditions, turbine blades can result in catastrophic failure from melting or oxidizing. A team of researchers developed an artificial intelligence framework to predict high-entropy alloys that can withstand extreme environments, reducing the time and costs of finding new alloy compositions.