Positive tests in a household necessitate extra protection for pets, Texas A&M experts say.
Students, faculty and staff can safely pick up pre-packaged bags of food.
The Aggie Pride LGBTQ Network is the 12th Constituent Network to be chartered by The Association of Former Students.
Clinical assistant professor Karl Woodmansey oversees a team of medics at several El Paso testing sites.
The Society of Automotive Engineers won first place with its unconventional aircraft design.
Interdisciplinary projects selected for the PCRP program are awarded up to $200,000 each.
Texas A&M AgriLife's family and community health program manager says the likelihood of heatstroke and death increase with temperature.
A device developed by Texas A&M researchers could make homes more energy independent help utility companies improve distribution during outages.
Texas A&M team finds Gulf waters becoming harmful to marine life, commercial fishing could be threatened.
Since graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in 2013, Dr. Lauren Thielen has found herself — and her work with exotic animals — as the centerpiece of Nat Geo WILD’s 'Dr. T., Lone Star Vet.'