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NIH awards five-year grant for multidisciplinary A&M team to bring 3D printing of pediatric drugs to hospitals

Researchers include faculty from pharmacy, engineering, arts and sciences, and veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences

Can we predict how pandemics will spread through given populations?

New study identifies four socioeconomic factors that influenced transmission rates of COVID-19 in New York
Aerospace Engineering

Siri in space? Virtual assistants may help NASA improve astronaut safety

A&M researchers receive $1 million to conduct impact study
Public Health

Highest US death rates from cancer found in rural South, analysis says

Study discovers striking disparities in mortality from lung, prostate and colon cancer between nation’s urban and rural areas

Big data: NIH-funded project applies Bayesian statistics to cancer care

New statistical models will be designed to merge two vital informational areas: cancer-related data and analysis

Statisticians advance analysis of genomics data with NIH funding

Bani Mallick, a Distinguished Professor and holder of the Susan M. Arseven `75 Chair in Data Science and Computational Statistics, and Raymond Carroll, a Distinguished Professor and holder of the Jill and Stuart A. Harlin ’83 Chair in Statistics, both in the Department of Statistics, College of Science, received a grant from the National Institutes…

Analysis reveals links between women’s security, national security

‘You can’t legislate on the basis of anecdotes,’ says a database co-founder, Professor Valerie Hudson at Bush School

Preserving a gold mine: System rescues decades of research data

BeefSys grows into massive archive of research conducted on beef cattle, forages and pastures

Neglected tropical diseases affect the world’s poorest populations

A&M researchers is working to measure the true impact of NTDs on human and animal health