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 co-directors of the Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Aging say social distancing can exacerbate some health risks for seniors.
Sterilizing used face masks and gowns by exposing them to electron beams could help mitigate the shortage of personal protective equipment.
A Texas A&M advanced practice nurse answers common questions about cloth face coverings.
Information from the Office of the Provost about class scheduling and instruction.
She will work with health experts and key administrators to safely welcome the Texas A&M community back to campus in the fall.
Scientists expect to see preliminary results from pre-clinical trials before Oct. 1.
They say a bipartisan inquiry will be needed to learn from pandemic response failures.
The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences' Center for Educational Technologies is offering free learning modules, case studies and videos after COVID-19 moved classes online.
An online program was quickly set up at Texas A&M for U.S. engineering students to continue their research projects during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Jose Wippold is adapting an existing microfluidic sensor he developed to look for antibodies that can fight against the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.