The most extensive and comprehensive ocean drilling program ever conceived — the International Ocean Discovery Program starts yet another long chapter in Aggieland.
The world’s largest volcano – all 120,000 square miles of it – is now officially named for Texas A&M University and is called Tamu Plateau.
Thanks to a new board game designed by researchers at Texas A&M University, a bit of fun can be had by students as they figure out the best ways for communities to recover after a quake.
Nine nationally and internationally prominent scholars will be inducted as Faculty Fellows of the Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study.
Leif Andersson, a 2013-16 Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study Faculty Fellow from Sweden, was chosen as a recipient of the 2014 Wolf Prize in Agriculture.
A graduate of the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M has established an endowment to support sustainability efforts at his alma mater.
Researchers at Texas A&M are making a global impact with cutting-edge investigation and innovative ideas to tackle humanity’s greatest challenges.
An oceanographer has uncovered the world’s largest volcano in the Pacific Ocean and has named it for Texas A&M University.
Achieving diversity and equity within the STEM fields is an overall goal for universities and researchers, including the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University.
Robin Murphy is a pioneer, an international leader and one of the few women in a field that men tend to dominate.