A Texas A&M researcher's work at an archaeological site in China led to the discovery of more than two dozen elongated skulls dating back between 5,000 and 12,000 years.
Texas A&M astronomer and physics expert Nick Suntzeff discusses setting up a base of operations on the Moon, armed conflict in space, alien life and space billboards ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Retired NASA astronaut and Texas A&M aerospace engineering professor Bonnie J. Dunbar explains what it's like to be in space.
Democratic candidates are sounding a lot like Teddy Roosevelt.
The 1969 uprising and protests in Greenwich Village helped jump-start the modern LGBTQ movement, a Texas A&M expert says, making way for a more tolerant America.
Texas A&M former students who honed their animation skills in the College of Architecture's Visualization Laboratory contributed their talents to the latest installment of the acclaimed Disney series.
A family and community health expert at Texas A&M AgriLife says children who grow up with positively-involved fathers tend to do better socially, emotionally, financially and academically.
A Texas A&M corn breeder's project is attempting to answer the question: Can different corns make whiskey taste different?
More than 100 congressional staffers had the opportunity to taste a variety of Texas whiskies, including a sample made from a Texas A&M experimental hybrid grown in Burleson County.
We see the flag code being broken every single day. A vexillologist at Texas A&M University explains why staying true to the heart of the flag’s design is more important than the rules around its use.