Even as many college students are home enjoying their summer break, members of Texas A&M University’s Aerospace Hyperloop team have stayed in town to help build a half-scale pod model.
Nearly three months after being awarded one of the 23 much-coveted top spots at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition Weekend, Texas A&M's TAMU Aerospace Hyperloop team is hard at work preparing a half scale model of its design, which will be tested on a SpaceX track in California …
In a move that shocked more than a thousand of the world's brightest engineering students, technology entrepreneur Elon Musk made a surprise appearance at Texas A&M University's campus on Saturday.
Halfway across the world, Texas A&M University class of 2014 graduate John Mayo woke up to a flurry of text messages delivering the news that his team, the MIT Hyperloop Team, had taken the top prize at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition Weekend.
Texas A&M's Aerospace Hyperloop team will be one of the teams advancing to the test track phase of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition, and a team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology was named the top team during the awards ceremony Saturday.
Excitement buzzed throughout the Hall of Champions at Texas A&M University's Kyle Field on Friday as students from more than 20 countries gathered to kick off the first day of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition Weekend.
Somewhere in the mix of 124 teams of the brightest young minds from universities all over the world, three teams of high school students are competing for a stake in the future of transportation.
As the first day of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition Weekend came to a close, Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx addressed the event's participants and attendees, applauding them for the work they are doing to define the future of transportation.
The SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Weekend is officially underway at Texas A&M University.
Even as teams of students from around the world gather at Texas A&M University this weekend to share their designs for how to make the Hyperloop a reality, many still remain unfamiliar with the idea behind what could become the transportation of the future.
When a few people in the Texas A&M engineering department were first approached about hosting a design competition for an idea thought up by billionaire tech magnate Elon Musk, they immediately said yes.
As some of the world’s brightest engineering students take over Texas A&M University this weekend for the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design weekend, they are bringing posters, PowerPoint presentations and models to showcase months of hard work creating components for the competition.
As they prepare to unveil the products of the work they have put in over the past few months, the students of Texas A&M University’s seven design teams are ready and excited to finally share their designs publicly at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend.
Area science buffs can catch a glimpse into the future of transportation this weekend at Texas A&M University.
Financial magazines, technology blogs and local newspapers are all following developments for Hyperloop, a futuristic transportation mode.
The eye of the transportation world will be on Texas A&M University in less than two months, and the College of Engineering hopes to make the most of its time in the spotlight.
Texas A&M University's Dwight Look College of Engineering announced Tuesday that seven local teams will take part in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend in College Station on Jan. 29 and 30.