Dr. Dennis Carroll, who also was senior infectious diseases advisor for the CDC, will discuss epidemics and global health threats, including COVID-19.
The grants support research in natural, physical, social, behavioral and economic sciences and engineering that can positively impact Texas and its citizens.
Dr. Yava Jones-Hall is the only veterinarian on CrossTalk's list of 100 black scientists in America who are making significant contributions to the field.
Texas A&M-Galveston researchers are part of a team trying to determine the travel habits of the bluefin tuna, an overfished species that is highly sought for its tender meat.
The new facilities, lab spaces and housing in Houston will be home to the Engineering Medicine program.
Warmer weather will put Texas strawberries ahead of schedule this year, according to a Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service expert.
An augmented reality app developed by a Texas A&M architecture professor aims to offer users easy-to-follow assembly instructions for furniture and other projects.
Texas A&M AgriLife is expanding urban agriculture research with its controlled environment horticulture program in Dallas.
Because Earth’s poles hold massive amounts of ice, recent high temperatures in Antarctica are indicative of a trend of global concern and a changing Antarctic region, according to experts.
Texas A&M health professions students took part in the nation’s largest interprofessional disaster response simulation.