Texas A&M researchers have found that they can indirectly retrieve and weaken fear memories. The discovery has therapeutic implications for treating trauma.
Texas A&M experts say pollinators are in need of help as freeze-damaged plants recover from Winter Storm Uri.
Texas A&M researchers are developing a reliability framework to help utility companies better prepare for uncertainties that may arise.
A Texas A&M study shows weather events carried contaminated water to the Flower Garden Banks sanctuary off the Galveston Coast, much farther than expected.
Texas A&M grad student Maureen Hayden, who is legally blind, aims to help the planet through her work as a marine biology researcher.
A Texas A&M professor is part of an interdisciplinary research team testing whether electrical and optical pulses can help cells better absorb materials, such as vaccines.
Student volunteers will participate in a clinical trial to determine if vaccinated people can still spread the virus.
A variety of events throughout the month will offer opportunities to engage in interpersonal violence prevention efforts.
Faculty from the College of Architecture are exhibiting recent artworks they created outside the classroom, some with social issues portrayed.
Ninfa Peña-Purcell was appointed to a six-year term on the council, which will provide guidance to lawmakers on diabetes and diabetes education.