A&M Researchers Unveil Freight Delivery Without Trucks

The Texas Tribune – Back in 1998, the federal government asked the Texas A&M Transportation Institute to find a way of moving freight that didn’t use trucks on highways. Eighteen years later, the researchers debuted the first Freight Shuttle System prototype on Friday.

U.S. Government Selects Central Texas to Host Exclusive Innovation and Entrepreneurship Event

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Jay Williams announced that the Central Texas cities of Austin, College Station, Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, San Antonio and San Marcos, were selected to host the seventh Americas Competitiveness Exchange on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ACE) April 2-7, 2017.

The ACE program — hosted by the U.S. Departments of State and Commerce, in coordination with the Government of Mexico and the Organization of American States (OAS) — brings together decision-makers from the Western Hemisphere and other nations to explore global and regional partnerships and economic development opportunities that will strengthen innovation and entrepreneurship…

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Construction underway on several developments across College Station

The Eagle – New development is springing up across several of College Station’s main corridors, meaning more restaurant, retail and hotel options will be coming soon. One of the biggest projects under construction is the Century Square development, which sits on a 60-acre plot owned by Texas A&M across University Drive from campus.

Top 20 Fastest Growing Cities in Texas

SaveOnEnergy.com – U.S. Census data from over a five-year period has allowed us to see which cities people are moving to in Texas. The SaveOnEnergy.com® team sifted through census data and ranked the top 20 Texas cities with the highest percentage of inbound movers.

Big boom of new eateries coming to College Station

KBTX-TV – The options you’ll have as you head to dinner with family and friends is expanding, just like the City of College Station’s population. “Ground zero for redevelopment is at University and Texas,” said Natalie Ruiz College Station’s Economic Development Director.

Texas A&M selected to participate in nationwide fossil-fuel efficiency project

The Eagle &endash; Texas A&M University is one of nine schools nationwide to be selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory to contribute to a $20 million project aimed at improving the usage of fossil fuels.

Texas A&M CIADM selected to assist in continued development of new anthrax vaccine

The Texas A&M Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing (CIADM), dedicated to developing and manufacturing drugs and vaccines for emergencies, will produce an intranasal anthrax vaccine candidate under a task order issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This is the first task order issued to the Texas A&M center and will enhance protection from anthrax disease.

Texas A&M System Announces $150 Million Research Campus and Education Center

Texas A&M System – John Sharp, Chancellor of The Texas A&M University System, unveiled plans to invest $150 million to create a new research and development campus to help companies move ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace while also offering a new path toward a college degree.

Texas A&M students win Rice Business Plan Competition

Houston Chronicle – TriFusion Devices from Texas A&M University won nearly $400,000 in cash and prizes as the grand prize winner of the 2016 Rice Business Plan Competition.

Aggie war exhibit to find local homes starting in late 2016

KBTX-TV – An exhibition showcasing the service of Texas A&M graduates in World War II that has been in Belgium will make its way into local venues starting at the end of this year.