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Mechanical Engineering

Drying wood: 3-step system could reduce energy use while lowering both operations costs and carbon pollution

Lessons could apply to food, textiles and other manufacturing, A&M engineering team says
Homeland Security

Natural defenses: Ecosystems can inspire ideas for protecting power grids from disaster or attack

Interdisciplinary team publishes findings in the journal IEEE Transactions on Power Systems

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

Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer

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

Tiny lab-on-a-chip allows engineers to study complex fluids at nanoscale

Device replicates behavior of oil and other fluids in a shale reservoir
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

New algorithm takes both complexity and risk out of written procedures

About half of incidents in oil and gas industries included at least one error