Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University is the first public research university in the state of Texas and also has the largest student body; the flagship campus is located in College Station, Texas and is well known for research excellence in engineering (currently #15 in the country in the engineering graduate rankings). Texas A&M is particularly known for transferring technologies developed within the university to the marketplace for the public good, both through facilitating start-ups from within the university system as well as licensing and sponsored research agreements with industry partners.
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2019
21 Nov

Scalable Production Of Graphene Using Electrochemical Exfoliation In Compressed Reactors

Texas A&M University, United States
23 Oct

Graphene Market Research Tipping Point - Part 1

In this two-part article Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, a leading industry expert and Research Director at IDTechEx will discuss the global graphene market.
2 Sep

Protein batteries for safer, environmentally friendly power storage

Proteins are good for building muscle, but their building blocks also might be helpful for building sustainable organic batteries that could someday be a viable substitute for conventional lithium-ion batteries, without their safety and environmental concerns.
12 Aug

Electric Vehicle Research at Advanced Materials Osaka July 2019

Here we give the abstracts relevant to electric vehicles from BIT Advanced Materials Conference Osaka Japan July 2019. The organisers failed to provide slides but we have photographs of some of these if you are interested. The selected abstracts are divided into energy storage, wide bandgap semiconductors, energy harvesting and other.
9 Jul

Microgel supports 3D printing of organs from stem cells

Scientists have developed a platform that prints bioink into 3D tissues using a supporting slurry of alginate microgel beads. The technique overcomes limitations of conventional bioprinted scaffolds and holds promise for tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, drug screening and developmental biology.
1 May

Future hypersonics could be artificially intelligent

A test launch for a hypersonic weapon — a long-range missile that flies a mile per second and faster — takes weeks of planning. So, while the U.S. and other states are racing to deploy hypersonic technologies, it remains uncertain how useful the systems will be against urgent, mobile or evolving threats.
2018
13 Mar

New conductive coating may unlock biometric and wearable technology

A team of researchers have developed a mechanically robust conductive coating that can maintain performance under heavy stretching and bending.
2017
13 Nov

Advanced Li-ion & Beyond Li-ion Batteries 2018-2028

IDTechEx Report: Dr Lorenzo Grande and Dr Xiaoxi He
22 Aug

Thermoelectric Harvesting in 2017: Still Awaiting a Breakthrough

This article works through the issues facing the development of thermoelectric harvesting, including high power, modular thermoelectric technology and turnkey thermoelectric generators.
26 Jul

Strengthening 3D printed parts for real-world use

Researchers have discovered a way to make 3-D printed parts stronger and immediately useful in real-world applications.
2016
17 Nov

Supercapacitor that can be charged by human body heat

This innovative supercapacitor allows charging to be completed using thermal energy in addition to the traditional electrical charging method for capacitors.
27 Jul

New autonomous unmanned surface vessels

To its manufacturer MOST (Autonomous Vessels) Ltd in the UK, USV means controlled by satellite from anywhere on the planet. AutoNaut is the answer to the age-old challenge of affordable oceanic data gathering for science, commerce and military purposes. It creates new opportunities to meet unique mission requirements in a changing world.
29 Jun

Trapped electrons to blame for lack of battery efficiency

Research has the potential to create more efficient batteries by shedding light on the cause of one of their biggest problems -- a "traffic jam" of ions that slows down their charging and discharging process.
2015
9 Dec

Sensors that could harvest clean energy from traffic on Texas roads

Researchers have been awarded a $1.32 million contract from the Texas Department of Transportation to design and develop a system to harvest energy created by the movement of vehicles along the state's roadways and convert it into low-cost renewable electric power.
5 Oct

Smart wearable translates sign language into English

A smart device that translates sign language while being worn on the wrist could bridge the communications gap between the deaf and those who don't know sign language.
29 Jun

Researchers stretch a thin crystal to get better solar cells

An interdisciplinary team has made a semiconductor crystal with a variable band gap.
18 Feb

Australian rugby team to develop sensors for jerseys

Scientists are working to develop polymer or plastic-based thermoelectric materials that can be applied as coatings to fabrics.
2013
3 Apr

Researching the properties of piezoelectrics

A significant discovery in the area of power harvesting.
22 Mar

Deal to licence new supercapacitor invention

Florida State University and Tallahassee-based General Capacitor LLC have signed an agreement for the development of a new supercapacitor technology destined to play a major role in the world's future energy usage and storage needs.
14 Feb

New technology addresses current supercapacitor weaknesses

The ink is still drying on an agreement between Florida State University and Tallahassee-based General Capacitor LLC for the development of a new supercapacitor technology destined to play a major role in the world's future energy usage and storage needs.