The Department of Defense today named a state agency of The Texas A&M University System to lead a national consortium for modernizing hypersonic flight capabilities. The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) will manage a five-year, $20 million per-year DOD initiative involving many of the nation’s top research universities.
Texas A&M Leads National Science Foundation Funded Consortium for Regional Expertise in Computational and Data Sciences
Texas A&M has received an award from the National Science Foundation to promote regional Cyber expertise in a multi-institution partnership led by PI Dhruva Chakravorty, Associate Director for User Services […]
Texas A&M leads project advancing cybersecurity, energy efficiency in smart buildings
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is supporting a Texas A&M University College of Engineering project to improve the cybersecurity and energy efficiency of commercial buildings.
Don’t fall victim to cyber hackers and hijackers
The internet is an inevitable part of our everyday lives. And now with the outbreak of the virus, work and school are mostly online. This move to the virtual platform […]
Local government officials staying ready for potential overseas cyber-attacks
Local officials are stressing cyber security after recent cyber-attacks on multiple state agencies. Governor Greg Abbott says the state is seeing nearly 10,000 cyber-attacks every minute from Iran. He says that […]