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Engineering

Bacteria and pathogens: Determining friend from foe in soil and water

April 22, 2019
New $14.2 million grant from DARPA will help create new way to test for dangerous bacteria in the environment

Medicine and the Makers

February 22, 2019
Roderic Pettigrew is training a new hybrid specialty—half physician, half engineer

Biomaterial engineering finds novel applications in unlikely places

February 8, 2019
How a Texas A&M researcher’s quest to understand the role of Hox proteins in fruit fly development led to the discovery of novel, protein-based biomaterials

Blood vessel formation has implications for cancer and other diseases

December 18, 2018
Vascular biologist uses multidisciplinary approaches to investigate blood vessel formation

Students honored by HP’s Women’s Innovation Council

April 10, 2014

HP partnered with Texas A&M University and Geeks Without Bounds, an accelerator for humanitarian projects, to host a code-a-thon with the challenge to create an application to help manage people’s health.