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.
Dr. Wu, a professor, University Faculty Fellow and AgriLife Research Faculty Fellow in the Department of Animal Science, is studying diabetes.
The Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM) has announced the formation of a Program Advisory Committee (PAC).
Patrick Brand ’81 sent an Aggie Ring into space with his father, Vance D. Brand, commander of Space Shuttle Columbia Mission STS-5 in November 1982.
John D. Vitek, assistant dean of Graduate Studies at Texas A&M, received the Melvin G. Marcus Distinguished Career Award.
Tornado Alley may not be most people’s idea of paradise, but for storm chasers, it’s the best place on Earth.