The MERIT Hydro global map used complex computer algorithms to determine the shape of millions of Earth’s rivers, lakes and canals.
'Doggles' Sunglasses Help Protect Dogs With Pannus From Harmful UV Rays
The Texas A&M Healthy South Texas Medication Assistance Program has assisted hundreds of people with no or inadequate insurance obtain their prescription medications, including insulin.
Texas A&M’s Nick Perez will research mountain building and provide students with international high-impact learning experiences.
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a Texas A&M space flight medicine researcher explains what happens to the body when venturing beyond Earth.
Staying hydrated is key to avoiding heat stroke and other heat-related health problems.
Texas A&M geneticists found that small numbers of genetically distinct populations of lions are traversing the same tract of land. Their discovery will help with lion conservation and wildlife management.
Producers should expect an increase in armyworm numbers in central and East Texas counties where Tropical Storm Barry delivers rainfall and cooler temperatures.
Geosciences junior Mia Self dove 2,500 meters deep in HOV ALVIN during a NSF-funded research cruise, led by a Texas A&M Oceanography professor.
A study led by a Texas A&M College of Medicine professor found that eating saturated fatty acids can slow down internal circadian clocks, resulting in inflammation and other health problems.