An “out of this world” thank you was delivered to Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists recently for keeping astronauts “fed and happy.”
A discovery of several ancient skeletons in a South African cave is being hailed as a new species of human relative.
Texas A&M researchers are endeavoring to help people who struggle with tic disorders by developing an online self-help program.
The TAMUG student symposium attracted 62 poster presentations. Largest number yet.
New research done by Texas A&M Ph.D. student Ryan Clanton has found a way to turn one of the most common progenitors of disease, microbes, into an ally in the fight against cancer.
Free Texas A&M regional collaborative workshops offer expanded education.
Some of the groundbreaking discoveries do not successfully move from the bench to the bedside because researchers find they have limited training when it comes to commercialization.
A smart device that translates sign language while being worn on the wrist could bridge the communications gap between the deaf and those who don’t know sign language.
The fax machine's story is a classic example of how one technology can change ideas and expectations quickly.
The cocktail of choice, developed by scientists with Texas A&M AgriLife Research, is one that stops or prevents the deadly Pierce’s disease on wine grapes.