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Lockheed Martin, Texas A&M Team Up On F-35 Production

Texas A&M Today – Preparing for the take off of faster production, Lockheed Martin and the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University are investigating the use of advanced industrial engineering tools and procedures to study F-35 rate production.

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.

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.

A&M a good place to hold the Hyperloop competition

The Eagle – That this weekend’s events were held at A&M speaks well for the university and its Dwight Look College of Engineering. Simply put, A&M was invited to host this weekend because of the reputation the college has in the engineering community. Already, a number of Aggies are working for SpaceX, helping design the future of space travel.