Manager Katie St. Clair runs the on-campus center that features unique sea critters for visitors and important research for students and faculty.
A report authored by a Texas A&M professor details how often people in the region will be threatened by the hazards of pollution and heat.
The new program is designed to increase the number of rural and food animal veterinarians in Texas.
Oceanography professors say the Deepwater Horizon spill in 2010 changed the Gulf of Mexico in ways we are still trying to understand.
Oceanographers used data from a pan-Arctic survey of carbon and trace elements to better understand how climate change will affect ecosystems in one of the fastest-warming regions of the world.
A research team that included a Texas A&M assistant professor found that people with needle/blood sensity or who are high on the moral purity scale are more susceptible to vaccine misinformation.
The report says that since 1970, large areas of land have been urbanized, and this strains quality of life in every region.
Texas A&M researchers say vertical farming may be key in feeding our growing global population.
A Texas A&M School of Public Health student and Hagler fellow is combining her United Nations health background with her studies in health promotion to research global vaccination confidence.
The new Texas-specific analysis fills a major data gap for policymakers and business leaders — and shows coming climate change impacts, says Texas A&M professor and state climatologist.