A new surge in cases could be on its way, they say, but Americans have the tools to protect themselves and each other from COVID’s worst effects.
A Texas A&M neuroscientist explains the emerging research.
A new Texas A&M study indicates captive Texas deer can contract and likely transmit SARS-CoV-2 virus to each other.
The proposed biosensor could potentially detect airborne pathogens in high-traffic areas like hospitals and retirement homes.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 before traveling for Thanksgiving.
Starting Thursday Aggies can use the artificial intelligence-based detector.
Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, which usually provides a boost to the Brazos Valley economy. A Texas A&M economist predicts this year's revenue will be more conservative.
There are several testing sites available this week, including a drive-thru option.
An analysis of New York City neighborhoods showed a significant association between detected COVID-19 cases and dependent children, population density, median household income and race.
Faculty members are finding unique ways to teach during the pandemic.
Contract tracers linked many of the reported new cases to off-campus social gatherings.
The new self-collected saliva test takes less than five minutes and is critical to keeping in-person classes and activities.
Funding from a National Science Foundation program will help a team of Texas A&M engineering and public health students take the EASYMASK from concept to market.