A Texas A&M study found that these inexpensive, convenient devices can measure exposure to a class of chemicals that can be harmful during pregnancy.
Left unchecked, armyworms can destroy forage crops in a matter of hours, a Texas A&M AgriLife expert says.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers will present its highest award in sustainable engineering research to Stratos Pistikopoulos.
Texas A&M health instructor Michael Sandlin, a former paramedic, has seen the damage of heat stroke in athletes numerous times.
Hot and dry conditions in the west and wildfire activity is increasing the need for firefighting resources.
Medical student Andrew Chapman ’20 reflects on his experience in Texas A&M's Forensic and Investigative Sciences program.
Adela Chavez's research focuses on preventing the negative health and economic impacts of tick-borne diseases.
The Natural Resources Institute restores habitats, tracks and studies the state’s threatened snakes.
Marine biologists at Texas A&M University Galveston Campus said they are glad for Shark Week programming because it shows the critical importance of conservation at a time when shark numbers are declining.
Researchers with Texas A&M's Macaw Society used satellite telemetry to track the movements of 10 birds over a period of 8 years.