Texas A&M drew an international audience of entrepreneurs, influencers and young professionals from growing industries to Texas A&M [Power] House at SXSW.
A Texas A&M doctoral candidate serving as a Blackhawk pilot in the U.S. Army Reserve is studying how machine learning can strengthen military vehicles.
A Texas A&M team has identified a possible new treatment approach for chemotherapy-resistant glioblastoma.
Before you bring home a new companion from the shelter or a breeder, make sure you are prepared for everything that comes with owning a puppy.
Make a date for free family fun and experience the many wonders of science and technology at the Mitchell Physics Building.
The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences hopes to inspire the next generation of veterinarians during a day of activities and tours.
What began after World War I as a campus Mother’s Day celebration has grown into a weekend dedicated to Aggie families. This year's Family Weekend is set for April 12-14.
A Texas A&M study found that students who used E-flashcards statistically outperformed those who use paper flashcards when learning Chinese.
Teams representing Texas A&M, James Madison University, Greece, Brazil and Wales will meet in College Station for a showcase and final competition April 23-24 for a chance to win the $3,000 top prize.
Groundbreaking research using technology to support caregivers received a grant from the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium.
A Texas A&M study found that adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census would cost some states their congressional seats.
Cecilia Conrad, managing director at the MacArthur Foundation, will present the keynote address at Texas A&M University’s Inaugural President’s Excellence Fund Symposium on April 4.