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Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Building with biomass: Engineers aim to use fungi, algae, bacteria and other living matter in 3D printing

Interdisciplinary team includes researchers from Texas A&M, Caltech and USC
Industrial and Systems Engineering

Stress and anxiety in the ICU: Research measures physiological reactions among nurses under pressure

A&M team published two articles in Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Industrial and Systems Engineering

Do you trust a machine? New research examines the relationships between humans and robots in the workplace

A&M engineers publish findings in Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Chemical Engineering

Breathless: Detecting levels of fatigue with artificial intelligence

Texas A&M and Arizona State work together on DARPA’s $4.8 million biometrics project

Mental fatigue: New model could improve measurement of its impact

Team publishes its findings in Psychological Review
Industrial and Systems Engineering

Stimulating experience: New tech may delay effects of worker fatigue

A&M researchers evaluate benefits of wearable, noninvasive neurotechnology
Environmental and Occupational Health

More students use smartphones for study—and it’s causing them pain

New ergonomic study calls for improving posture and managing stress

Mosquitoes can flourish in winter if conditions are right, new study says

Interdisciplinary team publishes results in Scientific Reports.
Industrial and Systems Engineering

Extra brainwork can offset advantage of wearing exoskeletons for labor

Researchers from Texas A&M and Ohio State publish findings Applied Ergonomics