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A surprising discovery by a team of researchers at Texas A&M University has found that nickel not only corrodes, but does so in a way that scientists least expected along coherent twin boundaries.

Dr. William D. McCain, Jr., Dr. George Moridis and Dr. Jeff Spath were each named winners of an international award from the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

The Adaptive Sample Preparation and Target Fabrication for High-Throughput Materials Science Workshop, held in May in College Station, Texas, brought together a diverse set of innovative participants from national laboratories, academia and industry.

A conversation with three of the six interdisciplinary doctoral students from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University who have been awarded the Engineering Graduate Merit Fellowship.

The Professional Association for Industrial Distribution established the Kaye L. Matejka PAID Scholarship to support students pursuing an undergraduate degree in industrial distribution at Texas A&M University.

The department awards recognize the outstanding contributions made by our dedicated student researchers, highlighting the lasting impact they are making to both academia and the field at large.

Students and faculty worked together to solve complex problems by finding impactful, technologically advanced solutions during a race against the clock.

A team of researchers at Texas A&M University is studying the use of virtual assistants to provide support during emergencies in space.

Dr. Jeff Huang, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, has focused his research efforts on connecting the theoretical work from academia, new ideas and technology, to the practical industry side.

Texas A&M University scientists studied pilots following Hurricane Harvey, the Kilauea volcanic eruption and Hurricane Michael, finding that drone flights are remarkably more fatiguing than previously thought.

Soheil Sohrabi has been named the recipient of Daniel B. Fambro Student Paper Award, for his research on transportation safety.

Texas A&M researchers are testing a new hybrid sliding-rocking column design for bridge support columns that are more earthquake resistant.

Telemonitoring technology can bring medical care to the poor and elderly population in Texas.

We sat down with senior biomedical engineering student, Hector Garcia, to talk about his experience with the Grand Challenge Scholars Program.

Currently we are facing serious issues related to global warming due to the excessive use of coal and petroleum. Researchers are collaborating to work on a new porous polymer that can store natural gas, a cleaner alternative, more effectively than anything currently being used.

Ruth and Curtis Rueter '86 have established an endowed scholarship in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering to support undergraduate students.

Stancy Simpson '77 has established the Elton Simpson '77 Endowed Scholarship in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering after Elton's passing in honor of what Texas A&M meant to the both of them.

During his senior year, incoming engineering student Zachary Davin competes in the World Vision Competition.

Dillon Hall, a graduate student in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, won best poster award at the 49th International Conference for Environmental Systems held in Boston, Massachusetts.

Dr. John Whitcomb has been promoted by the American Society for Composites to Fellow. A fellow is a distinguished member who has made genuinely outstanding contributions to the composites community through research, practice, education and service.

Dr. Hassan S. Bazzi has been elected a fellow of the American Chemical Society in recognition of his outstanding achievements in chemistry and contributions to science, the profession and the society.

Fresh out of graduate school, Fred Fisher's job was to operate and modify the simulator the astronauts would use to practice landing on the surface of the moon for Apollo 11.

Dr. Swaminathan Gopalswamy is using 25 years of industry experience to help teach mechanical engineering students.

Find out how interdisciplinary engineering was the right fit for Luke Oaks in this Q&A.

90 students from all over the United States and various engineering backgrounds worked over 48 hours to innovate the medical field in the latest Aggies Invent.

Blaze Belobrajdic, student veteran and aerospace engineering graduate student at Texas A&M University, was named a 2019 Tillman Scholar by the Pat Tillman Foundation in recognition of his service, leadership and potential.

The work of former student Ron Javor and Professor Emeritus Dr. Kai Chang was foundational to NASA's current use of microstrip reflectarray antennas.

Dr. M. Nazmul Karim, head of the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering from 2012 - 2019, passed away on June 21, 2019.

Jay Thiagarajan, a 2020 industrial distribution major and Talent Incubator Program student, and his team Flo-BOT-emist recently won first place at EnMed Aggies Invent 2019. Thiagarajan and his team built a prototype using day-to-day materials as well as 3D printing. With their device, phlebotomists can hold the needle steady with one hand and manage the vials with the other hand.

Dr. Thomas Blasingame has been elected as the 2021 president of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. He believes his service will encourage students and young professionals to embrace technical and professional growth through engagement with oil and gas professionals worldwide.

With the challenge set at autonomy in three years, the AutoDrive competition brings together select teams from across North America. This year, Texas A&M placed third overall with their vehicle, The 12th Unmanned.

Dr. Abhishek Jain and his team are working to create new tools that can help in the treatment of vascular diseases by using and advancing "organ-on-a-chip" technology.

Merging engineering and medical education, a team from Texas A&M University and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston are providing surgeons-in-training with more realistic and accurate orthopedic surgery simulations through 3D printing and visualized performance data.

The Lohecs have established the Erin and Wesley Lohec ’81 Scholarship to benefit one or more students pursing an undergraduate degree in Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University

On June 25, 2019, Dr. Sean McDeavitt, director of the Nuclear Engineering and Science Center, hosted the first Experimenters Integration meeting at Texas A&M University. This meeting aimed to provide an overall framework of the whole project to the people on the experiment team.

A team of newly-graduated mechanical engineering students created a prototype of a new kind of window shade design that automatically adjusts based on the time of day and uses materials that would otherwise be treated as waste.

Former aerospace engineering students Natasha Wilkerson and Claire Meschkat formed Vivify, a company devoted to providing quality resources for educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Vivify is teaming up with NASA to promote STEM learning and inspire the next generation of explorers with a NASA Teams Engaging Affiliated Museums and Informal Institutions grant.

The College of Engineering at Texas A&M University is now offering undergraduate students a Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering. Learn what it means to be a student, expert and leader in this multidisciplinary field.

Dr. Arum Han received a grant from the Army Research Office for the project titled “Microbiology: An Ultra-high Throughput Microfluidic System for 3D Assembly of Microbial Communities.”

Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering Communications recently won a prestigious Circle of Excellence-Gold Level Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

In a duo of complementary projects funded by the National Science Foundation, Dr. Chao Tian and fellow researchers are working to develop novel information system software tools that delegate work to computers, make research more efficient and optimize the investigative process.

Dr. Anand Puppala will join the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in fall 2019 as an A.P. Florence Wiley professor.