Researchers discovered how the nucleus of a cell preserves its shape, allowing cells to squeeze past pores and fibers in body tissues.
Broader implications of the project include reducing parasite infestations.
A Texas A&M virologist says the potential resurgence of the previously-eradicated virus is troubling news, but it will take some time to see just how serious the threat is.
The disorder leads to developmental delay, speech impairment, movement or balance disorders, and seizures.
The program will serve rural areas in the Brazos Valley by improving primary care access and training nurses.
A Texas A&M epidemiologist explains how the outbreak has evolved and how the virus is transmitted.
The same La Niña conditions that helped usher in an exceptionally hot and dry summer are also setting the stage for increased hurricane activity — but those storms won’t bring the kind of rain Texans have been hoping for.
More than 2,000 people attended this year's Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course.
A Texas A&M study sheds light on a "major" health concern for a population already facing bone density loss.
An epidemiologist explains why it isn’t an STI and what counts as close contact.