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Monday’s solar eclipse In Aggieland: What to expect and why it matters

For the first time in 146 years, Texans have the chance to experience a total solar eclipse.
Biomedical Sciences

Hagler Fellow to study connection between pig reproduction, cancer resistance

Research could lead to new treatments for humans and animals.
Chemical Engineering

Engineers apply quantum mechanics to enhance performance of lithium-metal batteries

The journal Nature Energy publishes results of A&M research.

‘Digital humans’ can improve ergonomic behavior among workers, new research says 

Applied Ergonomics publishes findings of Texas A&M interdisciplinary team.

Recovery of buoyancy glider from the depths of Gulf of Mexico provides insight into oceanic conditions

The National Hurricane Glider Initiative’s retrieval will help scientists understand hurricanes and other natural events.

Developing tax-avoidance strategies could assist firms in balancing risks and rewards 

Team including Texas A&M researcher publishes study in The Accounting Review.
Public Health

Emergency pediatrics: About 3% of child patients make more than 10% of visits to hospital units, first-of-its-kind study says

Texas A&M researchers publish findings in the journal Academic Pediatrics.
Artificial Intelligence

New crystallization simulator is first to combine well-established models with next generation of AI

ChatGPT could significantly cut costs from process of developing pharmaceuticals
Conservation Research

In new study, satellites measure evaporation in 164 large reservoirs around globe

Team from Texas A&M and NASA publishes findings in Nature journal Scientific Data.