As the health care community struggles to keep up with supply demands, Aggie makers and engineers are creating much-needed medical equipment.
The pandemic created a ‘perfect storm’ for many fruit and vegetable producers, Texas A&M AgriLife experts say.
During a time of social isolation, a Texas A&M expert says COVID-19 has also interrupted the way we grieve.
A health economist from the Texas A&M School of Public Health sheds light on the “economic shock” caused by the pandemic and its impact on anesthesiologists’ practices.
David Brenner, a Texas A&M expert in German and European studies, explains the cultural reasons that may have contributed to Germany's containment of the coronavirus.
Industry experts say they hope the worst of the COVID-19-related disruptions are behind them.
The unique retirement home for pets continues to provide 24-hour care for animals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas A&M engineering researchers seek to develop a ventilation control system to reduce the spread of the coronavirus in public buildings.
Virtual services, including telemedicine, have allowed providers to care for patients at home.
Texas A&M School of Public Health experts explain the effort to prevent COVID-19 from rebounding as the state reopens.
Students are learning how veterinarians around the state have changed their processes during COVID-19, and are creating disaster plans for their future practices.
Despite COVID-19, the hospital continues to help animals like Nadar the Arabian gelding.
The Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M estimates some of the state's agricultural products could see losses of up to 40 percent.