The project was made possible by discoveries that both humans and mice can regrow the ends of their fingertips.
Emily Findeisen's great-grandfather died at the 1947 Texas City explosion; this month she graduates to a career as a safety professional.
Texas A&M AgriLife horticulturists share tips and best practices for taking care of this festive plant.
A new study from the School of Public Health finds those living in poverty experience more mobility issues post-infection.
With live trees in high demand this year, an expert from the Texas A&M Forest Service recommends shopping early to get the best price and selection.
An AgriLife Extension gardening guide.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts provide tips on storing and reheating leftovers, plus ideas for what to do with all that turkey.
Despite the stresses that sometimes accompany the holiday, a Texas A&M psychology professor says taking time to be thankful can help us feel a greater sense of meaning in our lives.
Quantum computing will help scientists more accurately predict relationships between genes, holding promise for human and animal medicine.
A house full of guests can be stressful for pets; a Texas A&M veterinarian provides tips to keep pets calm and safe.