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Jeremy Osborn recently won the best student paper award from Institute of Nuclear Materials Management.

A team of 11 Texas A&M University women engineering students recently competed and qualified in the semifinals at the 2018 International Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International RoboSub competition in San Diego, California.

A group of new smart materials discovered by researchers at Texas A&M University and their colleagues has the potential to significantly improve the efficiency of fuel burn in jet engines, cutting the cost of flying.

A team of Texas A&M University students designed, built, tested and funded a two-man submarine for a recent competition in England.

Distributed Fault Anticipation cannot only help utility providers find the cause of outages, but can anticipate and predict failures before an outage occurs, enabling providers to identify potentially dangerous electrical situations before an ignition occurs.

The Zachry Engineering Education Complex opened its doors on Aug. 25 for an open house. Students shared their thoughts about the building and their plans for the next school year.

Dr. Kristen Maitland has been accepted into the competitive, year-long Executive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering (ELATE) at Drexel® program. The elite program accepted 18 women from across the nation and Canada who are leaders in biotechnology, chemistry, engineering and health science.

Dr. Ying Li was recently awarded a new grant from the National Science Foundation to support his research in developing an environmentally friendly method of recycling carbon dioxide.

Dr. John Valasek, professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University and director of the Vehicle Systems & Control Laboratory, has been selected as the 2017-18 inductee into the University of Kansas Aerospace Engineering Honor Roll for his national contributions to Unmanned Air Systems.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University improved its place in the recently released ShanghaiRankings report to seventh among its peers internationally.

Idaho National Laboratory selects Logan Harbour as graduate fellow; Harbour wins best poster competition.

Dr. Akhilesh Gaharwar and Dr. Abhishek Jain have teamed up to develop a model to help the health care industry engineer better solutions for treating vascular diseases such as blood clotting, heart attacks and heart failure.

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.

With a commitment to top flight researchers and facilities, the Texas A&M University College of Engineering continues to push the boundaries of hypersonics research.

Offshore wind turbines are large floating devices placed in deep waters supported by a platform to convert wind energy into electric power. This emerging technology enables the extraction of renewable wind energy from vast oceanic areas.

The mechanical engineering industry advisory council has exceeded its fundraising expectations again as it seeks to help support the department now and into the future.

Understanding the hardships and sacrifice that come with working and attending school inspired them to establish the Sandy and Les Pittman ’74 and Pittman Family Endowed Scholarship.

The us Department of Energy selects Nolan Goth for a 2018 Innovations in Nuclear Technology R&D Award.

Dr. Akhilesh K. Gaharwar's team in the Inspired Nanomaterials and Tissue Engineering Lab has developed technology to aid in the formation of new blood vessels.

Texas A&M University nuclear engineering research team collaborates to solve Generic Safety Issue-191, an issue that plagued the industry for nearly 20 years. In 2018, the Nuclear Energy Institute awarded the South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company and collaborators a Top Innovation Practice Award.

Dr. Li Zeng received an Operations Engineering Award from the National Science Foundation for her 3D printing-enabled meniscus transplantation system research project, which will give doctors the ability to create a meniscus substitute tailored to the characteristics of each patient.

Proud family members and friends celebrated as 50 first-generation female students completed the Engineering Summer Bridge Program.

Dr. Pavel Tsvetkov is exploring novel sensors for extreme environments by taking advantage of fiber optics-based detection approaches in mixed radiation/thermal fields.

Neuroscientist Dr. William Griffith in the College of Medicine and Dr. Sung Il Park in the College of Engineering are merging tools from neuroscience and engineering to investigate the neural basis of cognitive decline with age.

Dr. Stratos Pistikopoulos takes over the Texas A&M Energy Institute after serving as deputy director.

Department of Energy selects Stephen King for the 2018 Innovations in Nuclear Technology R&D Undergraduate Award. King explains his research and why he chose to pursue the fascinating world of nuclear engineering.