Texas A&M's iHESP lab seeks to develop a new advanced modeling framework for high-resolution multiscale Earth System predictions.
Without a specific goal in mind, you may not be getting the most out of your workout routine.
A study from Texas A&M researchers found that that students who hold more negative self-perceptions may be more likely to report peer victimization.
John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas A&M Regents Professor and Texas State Climatologist, says September 2019 broke the record for warmest average temperatures that was set in September 1911.
Planting in the fall will give your wildflowers time to germinate and gain a good root system before going dormant during the winter.
The dual-purpose cotton variety developed by Texas A&M researchers has the potential to make a significant impact on nutrition security around the world.
Geography professor Andrew Klein took part in an NSF-funded excursion to research macroalgal communities along the western Antarctic Peninsula region.
Four Texas A&M undergraduate students described a new king cricket Glaphyrosoma stephanosoltis, Orthoptera Anostostomatidae, from the tropical rainforests in San Isidro.
No matter the health topic, relationships have the power to generate positive or negative outcomes, according to a review conducted a Texas A&M health education researcher.
Texas A&M Geography’s Wendy Jepson co-authored new research quantifying experiences of household water insecurity in an equivalent way across low- and middle-income countries.