- Research team member on the cover of C&EN magazine
latest research efforts of Dr. Jodie Lutkenhaus, assistant
professor of the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering
at Texas A&M University, has landed one of her team members on
the front cover of the May 6th edit...
- Nano-sheets used to recover trapped oil
Global energy demand is
expected to increase by 50% over the next 25 years, so it is vital
that the industry find new ways to maximize oil production. An
estimated 30 to 40% of oil in a reserve is left behind due to
limitations in current p...
- Dr. Yue Kuo's new LED
Thomas Edison invented the first incandescent light
bulb 130 years ago, which greatly contributed to the advancement of
civilization. However, that technology is antiquated, economically
inefficient to operate, and fragile.
- New Technology Could Improve Treatment for Diabetes, Other Disorders
Aug. 8, 2012 – For people suffering from diabetes and other
hormonal disorders, staying healthy means staying vigilant;
effective treatment requires periodic and precise doses of drugs
throughout the day.
The constant up...
- New Publication Details Future of Process Safety for Academia, Industry
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Aug. 6, 2012 – Substantial risk remains
for serious industrial incidents that could cost property and
lives, but effectively integrating science and engineering
principles into academia and industry can help mitigate ...
- New Measurement Method for Thin Films Helping to Advance Promising Technology
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, July 11, 2012 – The dog days
of summer can quickly transform a car’s interior into an oven, but
imagine an automobile with high-tech windows that block out the
heat, keeping its interior cool to the touch.
Such a p...
- Manipulating Way Bacteria Talk Leads to Unprecedented Level of Control Over Bacterial Communities
STATION, Texas, Jan. 3, 2011 – By manipulating the way bacteria
“talk” to each other, researchers at Texas A&M University have
achieved an unprecedented degree of control over the formation and
dispersal of biofilms – a finding ...
- Research Aims to Turn Human Waste into Biofuel
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Dec. 2, 2011 – A Texas
A&M University research initiative that converts human wastes
into biofuels has received a Phase 1 grant from the Bill &
Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant totals $100,000 with the
- Research Finds HIV-killing Compound
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Nov. 21, 2011 – A powerful topical
preventative for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, could be a step
closer to clinical trials thanks to a newly discovered molecular
compound that research at Texas A&M University ...
- Chen Secures Grant to Fund Cancer Research
The following story is reprinted with permission of The Eagle.
It can be found at http://www.theeagle.com/local/Grant-to-fund-cancer-research--6753172.
By CASSIE SMITH
More than $13.2 million was ...