The special unit in the Corps of Cadets is the first group in Texas A&M's history to represent the university at the event in Mission, Texas.
New research from Texas A&M researchers shows how indole can reduce inflammation and fatty deposits.
Money from Texas Parks and Wildlife will help researchers better understand sea turtle populations, movements and habitat and other key data.
The Supervised Independent Living Program provides the students with financial support, relationships with staff and accountability to ensure college success.
Silencing train horns adjacent to the College Station campus will improve quality of life for the campus community adjacent to the railroad corridor.
Conor Burns, the Minister of State for International Trade, said during a speech at Texas A&M that both countries see promising futures in a post-Brexit world.
Emmy-Award-Winning Journalist And Writer To Visit Bush School
Dennis Ross will discuss what can be learned from Israel's leaders at the lecture hosted by the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs.
When a "double doodle" from Austin developed a rare tumor, his owner took him to Texas A&M’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. The veterinary team successfully operated on the dog, saving his life.
A type of biodegradable hydrogel has gained much attention for its potential to deliver stem cells for body tissue repair.