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Chemical Engineering

Revolutionizing cancer treatment through programmable bacteria

To control the growth rate, the bacterium’s genes will be altered to regulate its population and oscillate around a specific setpoint

Strangers in a strange land: Can ‘reinforcement learning’ teach robots to operate on their own in the real world?

A&M engineer is working close the simulation-to-reality gap by studying the robustness, safety and adaptivity of the algorithms.
Electrical & Computer Engineering

New technology developed for single-cell analysis

Single-cell electrorotation microfluidic device utilizes an electric field to probe the cell’s properties
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Data from extreme weather could improve power grid’s reliability

A&M engineer takes novel approach to studying heat and cold in Texas
Electrical & Computer Engineering

New computer chips will heal themselves from radiation damage

Air Force Research Laboratory provides funding to develop innovative tech
Computer Engineering

Machine learning helps software keep up with complex chip designs

The National Science Foundation supports project with $1.2 million grant
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Oral exams: How much electricity do our mouths need to work correctly?

New study provides vital answers to develop implants that restore swallowing and other essential functions
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Shifting costs: Rate plan would target consumers who strain power grid

Researchers publish findings in journal Utilities Policy
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Like brain cells, these nanodevices can form networks to solve problems

Engineers from Texas A&M, Hewlett Packard and Stanford produce first study to emulate a neuron with one nanoscale device