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3D Printed E-Skin May Open Gate to Human-Machine Interaction
Student researchers have developed a 3D-printed electronic skin that can flex, stretch and sense like human skin, opening the door for new advances in human-machine interaction.
Freemelt ONE Order Designated for Texas A&M
This sale is intended to strengthen Freemelt's position in the R&D market, the company says.
Tachyus Partners With Texas A&M University on Tech Solutions
Partnership is the first of its kind for Tachyus and Texas A&M’s Department of Petroleum Engineering, enabling students to measure, analyze and optimize research.
Texas A&M Regents OK $60.3 Million for Army Innovation
Hypersonic test facility, combat vehicle test track piquing worldwide interest, school reports.


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