A decade of accomplishments at Texas A&M leads to promotion to top job
The beloved collie will be immortalized in a work of art outside Kyle Field near the resting place of all former Reveilles.
Donations to the universities' emergency funds will aid students experiencing financial hardship after the disaster.
A new study from a team including a Texas A&M archaeologist shows that the extinct species popularized by "Game of Thrones" was only a distant relative of today’s wolves.
Texas A&M employees have four more days to be tested. The new deadline to upload test results is Jan. 19.
A study found that disrupting the metabolic pathway in the initiation, growth and progression of melanoma could lead to development of new treatments.
Fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. overdose deaths have surged.
Each racecar in the challenge will be programmed to maneuver the track, obstacles and other competitors in pursuit of $1.5 million in rewards.
A review of 10,000 students found no evidence that men outperform women in some science courses – which could help end stereotypes that harm women in STEM.
Texas A&M researchers have found that that cytisine can reduce dopamine neuron loss, providing a protective effect against the neurodegenerative disorder.
Texas A&M former student, ESPN commentator Fernando Palomo joins others to discuss the future of soccer after COVID-19.
The funds support faculty innovation and creativity in teaching, efforts to improve diversity, equity and inclusion, and more.
Each video describes a creative or scholarly project supported by a three-year grant that's been recognized for its high value.
A Texas A&M expert says recent freezing weather in Texas and Mexico likely means Monarch numbers will be down again this year.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts say citrus, livestock and horticultural crops are among the hardest-hit sectors.