The study provides evidence that proximity to a clay layer that expels organic carbon in response to groundwater pumping drives rising arsenic concentrations in aquifers.
A Texas A&M AgriLife horticulture specialist offers care tips for the popular container plants.
Marine biologists are studying snails and other marine life from Pacific locations to learn more about species facing extinction.
A Texas A&M AgriLife study sheds light on the first steps of immune defense against microbes.
A recent study co-authored by a Texas A&M assistant professor found little remaining evidence of chronic respiratory illness in females who were exposed to the toxin.
A Texas A&M-led study analyzed ocean floor sediment cores to provide new insights into the relationship between deep ocean oxygenation and atmospheric carbon dioxide levels in the 50,000 years before the last ice age.
The five-acre mixed-use Texas A&M Innovation Plaza in Houston will be home to the Engineering Medicine program.
There’s plenty to learn about the so-called 'murder hornet,' which is the largest in the world.
The internship program allows students to work closely with professionals to help stranded marine mammals along the Texas coast.
Experts from Texas A&M AgriLife say if a caterpillar looks 'fuzzy,' don't touch it.