Whether winter is around the corner, or an arctic blast is blowing in, a Texas A&M AgriLife horticulture specialist has tips and tricks for taking care of your plants during cold weather.
Raised by humans in Idaho, ‘Elliott the Elk’ will grow to 800 pounds while living a comfortable life at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center.
Texas A&M’s Veterinary Emergency Team (VET) has been a life-saving force for many animals facing disastrous situations and is celebrating its 10th anniversary of serving Texans.
Monarch numbers have declined about 82% over the last 23 years, and road mortality can significantly contribute to their dwindling numbers.
The Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs conference on infectious disease outbreaks will result in policy recommendations for addressing pandemics.
Some people believe that putting collagen in your coffee will bring good health, but collagen in coffee does nothing good for you.
The new program will place Texas A&M researchers on the front lines of the nation’s food and livestock industry.
Texas A&M Geography’s Tyler Fricker recently published research providing insights into where tornado casualty rates are highest and how to improve casualty prediction models.
Halloween for many people means haunted houses and horror movies. Stephen Maren,, a Texas A&M professor who studies fear and memory, explains why we find putting ourselves in scary situations so alluring.
A partnership with medical firm Volition will develop new blood tests that can identify early cancer in dogs.