The School of Public Health program aims to identify asymptomatic students to prevent the spread of the virus on campus.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved two human clinical trials for the drug.
The unique interagency agreement between Texas A&M and the Brazos County Health District aims to contain COVID-19 transmission on campus.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic sheds light on the need for wider public knowledge of diseases and how they spread.
Researchers estimate that the measure prevented more than 66,000 infections in New York City in less than a month.
Kristie Orr, a disability resources expert and part of a group that advises Gov. Greg Abbott, says the pandemic opened up new ways of thinking about accessible education.
Guidance from President Young on the new policy for students, faculty and staff.
A Texas A&M team from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is participating in a challenge to find effective antibodies for secondary infections.
Texas A&M experts discuss what we can expect if and when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, how anti-vaxxers could affect outcomes for everyone else.
The book advocates One Health, focusing on the interdependence of human, animal and environmental health to prevent and prepare for pandemics.
Combustibility is likely a non-issue, but exposure to direct sunlight can degrade the ingredients in hand sanitizer, a Texas A&M physician says.
New positive cases and deaths appear to be slowing, but avoiding complacency will be critical as Texas continues its phased economic reopening.