Students, faculty and staff who voluntarily show proof of vaccination will be eligible for incentive drawings.
Experts on vaccines, infectious diseases and global health describe the latest stage of the pandemic.
Houston residents can now participate in the study, which aims to determine how effective vaccines are at preventing transmission of the virus.
Names drawn in Texas A&M’s voluntary incentive program.
A Texas A&M researcher and students hope to harness the thermal energy generated by body heat to power a small, electronic device capable of detecting fever in the wearer.
The program aims to get more people in rural areas vaccinated against COVID-19.
A Texas A&M study identified various factors that played a role in the resumption of risky travel and leisure behaviors during the pandemic.
The new research findings, although preliminary, raise concerns about the potential long-term effects of COVID-19, a Texas A&M cognitive neuroscientist says.
Texas A&M researcher Timothy H. Callaghan and colleagues propose five short-term steps to prioritize health over politics.
Texas A&M offers both shots for free to students, faculty and staff.
Students and eligible employees can enter to win substantial financial prizes.
Those who have not filed for an exemption or tested by Sept. 10 will likely face sanctions.
Texas A&M communication experts explain the importance of clear and accurate messaging around the virus and vaccines.