- Established in 1914
- 24 academic partners
- 25 specialized research centers
- 4,442 research projects
- research expenditures in 2011
- 864 collaborations
- 2,625 industrial sponsors
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) has been performing quality engineering research and developing technology to address state and national problems for nearly 100 years. TEES partners with industries, communities, government agencies, and academic institutions to find solutions to improve the quality of life, foster economic development and enhance education.
TEES brings significant research dollars to Texas from federal and private sectors, and has been successful in attracting $16 for each state dollar appropriated. TEES also helps improve the state’s workforce by engaging more than 1,494 graduate and undergraduate students in research each year.
Research activities focus on relevant needs in areas in including energy and the environment, transportation and infrastructure, national security, health care, informatics, workforce development, and education. The agency serves Texas with headquarters in College Station and specialized research centers and regional division offices throughout the state.