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‘Digital humans’ can improve ergonomic behavior among workers, new research says 

Applied Ergonomics publishes findings of Texas A&M interdisciplinary team.

Nano-size carbon material could be used to treat Down syndrome

Innovation can manage toxic levels of hydrogen sulfide that occur in this and many other disorders

The power of crypto: How does mining for currency affect the US power grid and the nation’s energy consumption?

In a new study, Texas A&M engineers identify flexibilities during hours of peak energy usage
Biomedical Sciences

BET inhibitors could break link between colorectal cancer and COVID-19, new Texas A&M study says

Researchers publish findings in the journal Precision Oncology

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.
Aerospace Engineering

Introducing … smell-evision? Adding scents to virtual reality could help astronauts cope with isolation during long missions

A description of the NASA-supported study appears in the journal Acta Astronautica
Engineering Medicine

What if whole-body scanners could identify threats like early stage cancer and vascular disease long before they become serious health problems?

EnMed dean persuades medical-tech company to produce a new generation of MRI scanners

Confocal microscope allows scientists to study near-3D images of tiny, living organisms in real time

College of Agriculture professor touts advantages over conventional technology
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