A single case led to only mild symptoms. The variant is named BV-1 for its Brazos Valley origin.
Texas A&M experts say ending the pandemic depends on extensive vaccinations. Eroding confidence in vaccines could sink the effort.
Thirty-one percent of respondents to a Texas A&M-led survey said they don’t intend to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
While some states are releasing prisoners to keep them from getting infected, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has declared that's not an option here.
Experts from Texas A&M explain how robots are being during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Texas A&M professor says hospital closures, workforce burnout and displaced health professionals are issues the U.S. health care system may face in the virus' aftermath.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research experts explain how lessons from the plant world show that returning to normal life once the virus peaks would be a mistake.
Seed demand is up as COVID-19 drives home gardening, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extenion Service horticulturist.
The virus' similitaries have caused some to underestimate the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. A Texas A&M clinical assistant professor explains how COVID-19 differs from the flu.
A Texas A&M socilogist discusses how incarcerated populations are put at risk during the pandemic response.
Volunteers across the state will make face masks for hospitals, clinics and medical facilities to protect against the deadly virus.
Professor Wenshe Ray Liu was the first to ID the drug as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
Agency responders are pitching in at staging areas throughout the state.