With the holiday approaching, a Texas A&M poultry scientist says its still best to buy your bird early in case of future price increases.
Texas A&M Sensory Science Evaluation Laboratory analyzes how people taste food and how that determines purchases.
The saucy science of a Thanksgiving classic.
The long-standing partnership between Texas A&M AgriLife and Texas Parks and Wildlife helps train and mobilize Texans to conserve the state's natural beauty.
The VECTOR program will establish and enhance vector control efforts across Texas and Louisiana.
The popular gourd can be used for seasonal recipes, fall décor, bird food and more.
Understanding why some strains are resistant to the antibiotic metronidazole will allow clinicians to test before treating the infection with ineffective drugs.
The compounds commonly found in apples, broccoli, berries, tea, onions and red wine show promise in easing inflammation.
The community of Castañer faced months without power after a hurricane; A&M researchers are working to ensure it never happens again.
Global group seeks sustainable water solutions to improve human health