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Delivered as a nasal spray, newly engineered proteins called DARPins can prevent or treat COVID-19

Lab publishes findings in the journal Nature Chemical Biology
Chemical Engineering

Smaller doses, yet effective: New drug-delivery system will target bacteria that resist more than one antibiotic

Research received funding from National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
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.

Awards presented at Texas A&M postdoctoral research symposium

Sixth annual event marks National Postdoc Appreciation Week
Biomedical Engineering

How do you kill bacteria when antibiotics fail? Shine a light on the problem, new A&M study suggests

Research team publishes results in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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

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
Mechanical Engineering

Just by tapping their toes, Parkinson’s patients can help their doctors evaluate their risk of falling down

New test works with lightweight, easy-to-install, self-powered insole that fits any kind of shoe

When deadly bacteria resist drugs, doctors turn to phage therapy

New study examines how treatment saved life of UC San Diego professor