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Friday, December 14, 2012

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12 For 12: Prof Creates Walking, Two-Legged Robots
A Texas A&M research laboratory led by Aaron Ames, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is working to create robots with humanlike walking capabilities, an advance that could impact disaster training and recovery.(more...)

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Aggies Set To Graduate At Mid-Year Commencement
Approximately 3,900 Texas A&M students will be awarded degrees over the next two days during the university's mid-year commencement exercises. (more...)

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Grad Students Develop Low-Cost Housing For Refugees
Graduate students in Texas A&M's architecture studio designed low-cost housing solutions for long-term inhabitants for some of the world's largest refugee camps, which will be presented to the United Nations High Commission on Refugees. (more...)

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12 For 12: Prof Uses Stats To Better Understand World
Texas A&M statistician Valen Johnson has spent his career helping NASA and the U.S. Air Force, evaluating cancer drugs, probing grade inflation at American universities and more. (more...)

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Extra Algebra Class Improves Math, Verbal Skills
A team of researchers including Kalena Cortes, an assistant professor at Texas A&M's Bush School, found that a "double dose algebra" policy in high schools increases students' math and verbal skills and increases their rates of college enrollment. (more...)

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