Research on terrestrial explosions by a team including a Texas A&M aerospace engineering professor could have applications in space and on Earth.
Because Earth’s poles hold massive amounts of ice, recent high temperatures in Antarctica are indicative of a trend of global concern and a changing Antarctic region, according to experts.
Texas A&M health professions students took part in the nation’s largest interprofessional disaster response simulation.
Learn about which U.S. Presidents have visited Aggieland, including five in just one day.
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The author will discuss her novel-in-verse 'The Poet X' Feb. 25 at Texas A&M as part of the Brazos Valley Reads initiative.
Texas A&M AgriLife is expanding urban agriculture research with its controlled environment horticulture program in Dallas.
Researchers at Texas A&M are developing a tool that could allow students to monitor their mental health through their smartwatch.