Antarctica is at risk from human activities and other forces, and environmental management is needed to protect the planet’s last great wilderness area.
Ford had his auto, Winchester his rifle, Boeing loved his jets. Tom Iliffe will gladly settle for his cave crustaceans.
To better control exposure to and infection by this pathogen in humans, it is important to gain a better understanding of the swine host-pathogen relationship that will lead to better detection measures.
The painful finger-pricks diabetics are forced to endure when checking their blood sugar levels could become a thing of the past.
Coming to an area near you: snakes, and plenty of them.
Tom Iliffe, professor of marine biology on the Texas A&M-Galveston campus recently headed up a team that investigated Phantom Springs Cave.
Nine out of 10 beachgoers cannot identify a rip current that is happening right in front of them.
You often hear about the jet stream. What is it?
Discoveries made in some underwater caves by Texas A&M University at Galveston researchers in the Bahamas could provide clues about how ocean life formed on Earth millions of years ago.
A powerful topical preventative for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, could soon be in the works thanks to a newly discovered molecular compound.