A study co-authored by a Texas A&M professor shows that the endorsement of widespread but factually inaccurate beliefs could impact health behavior and policy.
After some surgery, Fisher the otter’s story had a happy ending.
Experts urge people to report any unsolicited shipments of seeds.
A Texas A&M at Galveston expert says federal budget cuts would have consequences for endangered Kemp’s ridley turtles along the Texas coast.
Interdisciplinary projects selected for the PCRP program are awarded up to $200,000 each.
Texas A&M AgriLife's family and community health program manager says the likelihood of heatstroke and death increase with temperature.
Texas A&M team finds Gulf waters becoming harmful to marine life, commercial fishing could be threatened.
A Texas A&M-Galveston professor contributed to a report that shows shark populations have continued to shrink in the last 70 years.
A Texas A&M AgriLife study says that the use of blue light can help with pest control, research and insect collecting.
The tool could be widely used to build healthier deer populations that are less susceptible to the fatal syndrome.