Groundbreaking research using technology to support caregivers received a grant from the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium.
After years of decline, a Texas A&M researcher and butterfly advocate says the total population of monarch butterflies appears to be increasing.
Two Texas A&M students will join Dr. Alejandro Orsi as he leads an international team of scientists to conduct research in the Southern Ocean.
The Texas A&M Center for Phage Technology is leveraging the evolutionary battle fought for billions of years between phages and bacteria to combat bacterial infections in humans that have become resistant to antibiotics.
Psychological & Brain Science professor Mary Meagher served as psychologist for a Department of Health and Human Services task force responding to the opioid crisis.
A 3-year-old, 500-pound polar bear named Nora has a new lease on life thanks to Texas A&M veterinary surgeons.
It's important to know which foods are OK to give as treats and which can cause serious health concerns.
A Texas A&M team has identified a possible new treatment approach for chemotherapy-resistant glioblastoma.
Warmer temperatures mean Texas snakes are out again, and some snakebites have already been reported. Two Texas A&M veterinary experts have tips to keep you and your pets safe.
Disaster Day, hosted by the Health Science Center, is the largest student-led interprofessional emergency response simulation in the country.