A collaboration between health care providers and a death investigation agency supports evidence-based outcomes to reduce stranded motorist loss of life on Texas highways.
The trailer, a donation from the Banfield Foundation, is the team’s first vehicle designed for the evacuation of animals from areas heavily impacted by disaster.
Following a successful period of tracking sea turtles in Matagorda Bay, the turtle sighting app is expanding to cover the Texas coast thanks to a partnership between Texas Sea Grant and Turtle Island Restoration Network.
An observational study by a Texas A&M social and behavorial scientist suggests social networks and community within CrossFit gyms can aid in addiction recovery.
A new NIH-funded grant supports studying phages as a preventive, therapeutic approach.
The research could have implications for drug development and sustainable energy.
Texas A&M animal science major Stephanie Young is the CEO of SKYPaws.
Participants from more than 100 countries attended the meeting that covered a variety of health problems and issues affecting the world.
The river is integral to Texas' irrigation. High salinity is changing the agricultural landscape.
In a new study, Texas A&M researchers show that both personal factors and the time of day play a role in neck strength and endurance.