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Experience without consequences: Technology trains new A&M nurses

Colleges of architecture and nursing collaborate on virtual reality system

Animated shorts celebrate work of 3 Texas A&M Arts & Humanities Fellows

Each new video describes a creative or scholarly project recognized for its high value and supported by a three-year grant

STEM concepts: Looking for best methods for teaching K-12 students

With NSF support, A&M researchers are testing new approaches in Texas classrooms
Urban Planning

Parks with irregular shapes reduce risk of mortality, new study finds

Complex green spaces offer more access points for community
Aerospace Engineering

Virtual reality: Preparing workers for space, deserts or deep oceans

NSF-funded study aims to find a cost-effective approach to training for extreme environments

Arts & Humanities Fellowships presented to six Texas A&M University faculty members

Each fellowship includes a three-year grant of $15,000 to support a scholarly or creative project.

Researcher helps Kazakhstan forge new identity from its distant past

Three decades after this Central Asian nation left the Soviet Union, an artist-led initiative is promoting its history, diversity and aspirations

How do computers give advice? DARPA-funded study seeks answers

End users need to better understand how algorithms arrive at their recommendations, A&M researcher says

Engineer aims to make virtual reality practical for researchers, teachers

Immersive Mechanics Visualization Lab is focused on creating immersive and intuitive environments from research data