The outbreak of COVID-19 in humans is a concern worldwide, but coronaviruses are common for livestock and poultry, a Texas A&M AgriLife expert says.
A Texas A&M sociologist discusses how incarcerated populations are put at risk during the pandemic response.
Texas A&M research shows exposure to high temperatures can neutralize the virus, preventing it from infecting another human host.
Texas A&M researchers have shown that water treatment has the potential to remove nearly all viruses that have an "outer fortress" from drinking water.
Texas A&M health public health researchers say Florida's COVID-19 response stands out for both its absence of statewide policies and the unique challenges the state faces.
A Texas A&M AgriLife expert says the virus' impact on global production, manufacturing and consumption has caused cotton prices to drop.
Texas A&M pandemic experts discussed the virus’ latest developments and answered questions from the public during a talk at Rudder Forum.
Updated information for students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus as of March 2, 2020.
Canceling Spring Break trips to Italy; other programs still on
New positive cases and deaths appear to be slowing, but avoiding complacency will be critical as Texas continues its phased economic reopening.