Entering his senior year with an article published in a major medical journal, Texas A&M business student Sunjay Letchuman is driven to improve patient experiences through healthcare policy.
Ad shoot for football season seeking 5,000 fans in Aggie gear for a Midnight Yell Practice reenactment.
Adela Chavez's research focuses on preventing the negative health and economic impacts of tick-borne diseases.
Ramy Rady has designed a chip that can revolutionize the current data rate for processors and technologies such as smartphones and laptops.
A Texas A&M study found that these inexpensive, convenient devices can measure exposure to a class of chemicals that can be harmful during pregnancy.
The microdevice can be used to observe how cancer cells interact with vascular and blood cells and test novel ways to treat the disease.
Texas A&M researchers have mined location-based data to essential establishments during Hurricane Harvey to develop a framework for monitoring communities’ resilience.
Left unchecked, armyworms can destroy forage crops in a matter of hours, a Texas A&M AgriLife expert says.
A Texas A&M rhetoric expert says America's public sphere is broken because propaganda has replaced political communication.
Current and former Texas A&M student-athletes are representing over a dozen nations.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers will present its highest award in sustainable engineering research to Stratos Pistikopoulos.
Texas A&M health instructor Michael Sandlin, a former paramedic, has seen the damage of heat stroke in athletes numerous times.