Texas A&M researchers have a novel idea to capture carbon dioxide and water from passenger car exhaust and use them in urban greenhouses for food production.
For John E. Hurtado, who is now leading the College of Engineering, his journey at Texas A&M started with grad school.
The program will support local middle school students as they work toward being admitted to college.
Texas A&M is tied for No. 26 of all public schools in the publication's listing of more than 1,400 colleges.
Texas A&M AgriLife is collaborating on a new approach to improve vegetable and fruit crops.
The elite search and rescue team split into two groups working 12-hour shifts.
Eight Aggies recount how they did their part in a time of crisis.
A Texas A&M physician says both flu and COVID-19 vaccines are needed.
Texas A&M researchers will lead the hub to minimize the socio-economic impact of hazards to historically underrepresented communities along the Northern Gulf Coast.
A Texas A&M professor who interviewed former military personnel says civilians would benefit from hearing veterans’ stories.