Leaders of the Texas Plant-Expressed Vaccine Consortium today announced a biotherapeutic manufacturing initiative designed to show proof of concept for a landmark new technology
Dr. David M. Lee, 1996 Nobel Prize winner in Physics and James Gilbert White Distinguished Professor of the Physical Sciences Emeritus at Cornell University, will join Texas A&M University’s Department of Physics.
Texas A&M University biology professor Merrill Sweet has no intention of slowing down his research of the creepy crawly critters, even in retirement.
Scruggs is one of 18 college students selected to participate in the National Space Biomedical Research Institute’s summer internship program.
The next generation of petroleum engineers, geologists and geophysicists coming out of Texas A&M University will be even better prepared to find and develop oil and gas deposits
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) includes all clothing and work accessories designed to protect employees from workplace hazards.
Bradford Mark Clement has been appointed director of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program at Texas A&M University.
The “Mardi Gras” shipwreck project is named after a gas pipeline in the area. The vessel sank more than 200 years ago but its identity and origin remain a mystery.
On Sept. 10, a switch will be flipped inside a huge underground laboratory in Switzerland that could answer some of science’s deepest mysteries.
Six seminars in the geosciences will be offered to incoming freshmen this fall semester through the university’s new First-Year Seminar program.