The effects of both Winter Storm Uri and drought conditions this spring are behind the decline in production, a Texas A&M expert says.
A partnership between county officials and Texas A&M AgriLife is producing tons of fresh food for local shelters.
A team of scientists will develop a support system for U.S. West Coast marine communities threatened by climate change.
A Texas A&M AgriLife study used artificial intelligence to project the genetic profile to which cultivars will need to adapt.
Texas A&M-Galveston professor Jay Rooker will lead a $1.9 million effort to learn more about the Flower Garden Banks and the fish that inhabit the marine sanctuary.
Low supplies and higher supply chain and logistical costs have pushed prices up to an average $1.35 per pound.
A Texas A&M AgriLife research scientist is using controlled environment agriculture to make leaps in urban farming through automation, artificial intelligence and robotics.
A Texas A&M neuroscientist encourages new mothers and those around them to be aware of the symptoms and seek treatment if needed.
Projects selected for the Presidential Clinical Research Partnership program are awarded up to $200,000 each.
A Texas A&M urban planning professor will head a group to examine virtual models of Galveston Island and other Texas coastal communities in a large-scale study.