A Texas A&M professor of atmospheric sciences explains how climate change is at least partly to blame for increased turbulence on flights.
As chief academic officer, Sams will lead the university’s academic enterprise for over 70,000 students on the main campus in College Station, branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar, and educational sites across Texas.
Dr. Israel Liberzon leads a group working to ensure mental health care for Ukrainian people who’ve been traumatized by the Russian invasion.
Socialization, between 3-12 weeks of age, is one of the most important stages in developing a dog’s personality.
A new study explores when consumers are willing to sacrifice experience quality for togetherness.
Recent market trends are pushing prices back down from when prices hit historic highs in January.
A Texas A&M professor is part of an international research project working to develop a standard framework for fast and accurate automatic neuron reconstruction.
Beneficial pollinators could be making a comeback after years of myriad challenges.
Total global electricity usage for cryptocurrency assets such as Bitcoin is between 120 and 240 billion kilowatt-hours per year with the U.S. leading.
Juliette Jimenez ’22, Emily Orr ’23 and Grace Vaughn ’23 were named recipients of the 2023 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.