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The Engineering Genesis Award for Multidisciplinary Research was presented to 20 Texas A&M Engineering researchers who have secured significant research grants of $1 million or more.

Texas A&M University System and City of Bryan officials launch autonomous shuttle project in downtown area.

Dr. Sung Il Park was recently awarded the 2018 NARSAD Young Investigator Award for his work to treat obesity using a novel approach.

Dr. Diego Donzis and Dr. Jodie L. Lutkenhaus are among the 2018 class of Presidential Impact Fellows, which were recently announced by Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young and Provost and Executive Vice President Carol Fierke.

The Craig and Galen Brown Engineering Honors Program recently held its annual Fall Industry Night, featuring a panel of industry experts and a keynote presentation by Greg Hyslop, chief technology officer of The Boeing Company.

Doctoral student Brent Bielefeldt won Best Student Oral Presentation at the 29th International Conference on Adaptive Structures and Technologies, hosted by Konkuk University and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Seoul, South Korea.

The Department of Nuclear Engineering’s Young Former Student Award recognizes and honors former students’ excellence in professional leadership and their contributions to the nuclear field. Drs. James Miller, Adrienne LaFleur and Braden Goddard share their stories.

A team of researchers from Texas A&M University and The University of Texas at Austin is taking a deeper look into post-Harvey Houston to find new ways to combat construction-related labor exploitation and trafficking.

Dr. Javier Jo is working to help dentists diagnose oral cancer in its early stages with funding from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.

Texas A&M University students lined up to tour Amazon Web Services' Smart Life airstream on Oct. 9 and participate in a hackathon.

Leveraging advances in both hardware and software infrastructure, the Computational Materials Science Summer School at Texas A&M University aims to train students in some of the most advanced and widely used computational materials science simulation tools.

Civil engineering alumnus Johnny Waclawcyzk's family surprised him with a new diploma after his was destroyed in a fire.

A couple established a scholarship to assist in recruiting top academic freshmen to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Timothy A. Davis is recognized for his creativity in science and engineering with prestigious innovation award.

The Lucy family has established an endowed fellowship to fund both the Zachry Engineering Education Complex and serve as an endowment to an undergraduate student to attend Texas A&M.

Dr. Hong Liang, the newly named 2018-19 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation Swanson Fellow, is researching how luminescent nanoparticles can potentially be used to detect cancer cells before a tumor forms.

More than 300 awards, scholarships and fellowships were awarded to mechanical engineering students at the department's Fall 2018 Donor Recognition and Scholarship/Fellowship Banquet.

The Department of Nuclear Engineering presented the 2018 Distinguished Former Student Award to Dr. David Senor. Read more about his path to success in the nuclear engineering field and love for all things Aggie.

Qin Yan, a doctoral student, is studying the impact of electric vehicles on the power grid in hopes of bringing support back to the grid in a new way.

A team of graduate students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University took home second place in a national design competition for their material handling solution.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has partnered with Texas Instruments to develop the power management circuits and systems course using a series of labs and kits that offer a practical application of the fundamentals of power management.

Aaron Cogwell, a junior industrial and systems engineering student, spent his summer as an in-market operations intern at the Frito-Lay distribution center in Carrollton, Texas, gaining job skills and increasing the efficiency of their supply chain.

Dr. Edward R. Dougherty recently published a book titled “Optimal Signal Processing Under Uncertainty,” which encompasses a unified way of finding a solution to a problem without having a full understanding of the system.

The J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering maintained its top 10 ranking among public undergraduate programs, according to the U.S. News and World Report.

Three or more scholarships will be provided to full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in aerospace, biomedical or mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University.

A new multiuniversity center led by Texas A&M University will contribute to our understanding of materials science fundamental to the maintenance of the United States’ nuclear deterrent.

The scholarship will be awarded to two full-time students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in industrial and systems, aerospace, electrical or mechanical engineering.

Dr. Jeff Huang has received a research award from Mozilla for his work in creating a safer web browsing experience.

Dr. Pushkar Lele, received a grant from the Department of Defense to determine how bacteria form complex, macromolecular apparatuses, and how environmental factors trigger their assembly.

Dr. Walter Buchanan has been selected as a recipient of the 2018 Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology Fellow Award. Starting as a program evaluator in 1987, he has served on the executive board of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission and several other committees.

Texas A&M Engineering has been named the new host of the 2019 Texas Science and Engineering Fair by the the Texas Workforce Commission and the Texas Science and Engineering Advisory Board.

The Texas A&M Oilspill Calculator model developed by Dr. Scott Socolofsky and his team is being used by the U.S. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration in its oil spill mode General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment.

Dr. Darren Hartl, assistant professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, was recently named the chair of the Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Group, a branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering.

Alejandra Hernandez spent eight months as a process engineering intern at the Tesla factory. She learned that industrial engineering is more than a job — it’s a lifestyle of constant improvement.

During Aggies Invent for Smart Campuses, students put their heads together to develop apps that help make life easier and more interesting. From visiting art exhibits to going grocery shopping, technology can change the way we go about our everyday life.

A Texas A&M University team of researchers, including three from the College of Engineering, took home the first-place prize in the Blue Sky Competition at the North American Manufacturing Research Conference for their paper on the future role of manufacturing in civil infrastructure.

M. Susanne and Rudy Dismuke ’78 have established a scholarship fund to provide one or more scholarships to full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University.

Texas A&M University seniors Justin McGinnity and Cody Piercey are working to develop virtual reality systems which can be used for educational purposes in both the classroom and the workplace.

Dr. Judy Amanor-Boadu, an electrical engineering former student, is creating new STEM opportunities for girls in Ghana.

Dr. Bruce Tai and his research group are partnering with the Ford Motor Company to pursue advances in minimum quantity lubrication machining technology.

The Alexa Innovation Fellowship inspires the next generation of curious minds to invent the next big thing in conversational artificial intelligence and empowers faculty members to help student entrepreneurs innovate with voice interfaces.

Ethan Beyak, a doctoral student in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been awarded a 2018 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.

The Bradley L. “Brad” Worsham ’88 HEEP Fellowship is awarded to those who demonstrate outstanding academic performance, research ability, potential and leadership qualities.