Koldus, Texas A&M’s first and longest-serving vice president for Student Affairs, passed away at age 89.
A team of researchers found that more open spaces like parks and plazas can help mitigate earthquake damage.
A team of Texas A&M engineering researchers has been awarded over $1 million from NASA to study the impact of using VAs to support crew members on long duration exploration missions.
The publication ranked Texas A&M No. 18 nationally among more than 700 schools in its list of best colleges in America ranked by value.
Computer science and engineering researchers will collaborate with MoodMe will focus specifically on the techniques used to re-identify participants in video conferences to measure their emotions and attentiveness.
Texas A&M students, faculty and staff now have access to more than 13,000 courses on LinkedIn Learning at no charge.
A requirement for most teenage athletes, sports physicals aim to catch possible health problems that can make physical activity dangerous.
A Texas A&M entomology professor developed "Black Soldier Fly Bullet" technology that will help the environment and serve as an animal feed protein source.
Regents authorized the construction of a $130 million combat development complex that will test and evaluate next-generation technologies.
The clearest view to date of cold gas rotation around a supermassive black hole showcased the power of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).