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Psychological and Brain Sciences

Long-term effects of COVID-19: Infection may decrease brain volume and alter neural pathways, according to two new studies

Results have serious implications for the third of Americans infected since January 2020
Chemistry

Tiny but powerful: NSF-funded center will develop tech that can more rapidly identify nanocrystals to serve medicine and energy

Two A&M chemists will collaborate with colleagues from UT, IU and Temple
Computer Engineering

Brain-like machines will make smart grids smarter and self-driving cars safer—while saving energy and calculating at higher speeds

Texas A&M will lead Energy Frontier Research Center funded by the U.S. Department of Energy
Urban Planning

How will climate change influence flooding and pollution in America’s underserved communities? New study seeks answers

This knowledge will prove critical to leaders who must make crucial decisions about infrastructure
Medicine

More than just hesitancy: Many factors—including war and economics—may suppress vaccination rates in children around the world, a new study suggests

Texas A&M researchers publish findings in the journal PLOS ONE
Environment

Lesson in liquidity: It’s well worth the cost to take arsenic and other toxins out of the public’s water supply, a new A&M study demonstrates

International project receives support from A&M’s CONACYT program
Engineering

Replacing wheels with legs may help rovers to navigate ice, sand and other surfaces more easily on Mars and other planets

NASA invests $3 million in three-year A&M-USC project
Energy

Underground leaks of carbon dioxide: Machines will learn to detect them, predict them, reduce their impact and save millions of dollars

Led by Texas A&M’s campus in Qatar, this multi-university project has received funding from Qatar National Research Fund
Health Policy and Management

How can government send more patients to doctors and fewer to emergency rooms? Expand Medicaid, new A&M study says

Researchers analyze more than 80 million emergency visits in four states