Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 before traveling for Thanksgiving.
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.
Texas A&M experts say Dr. Anthony Fauci is right – holiday plans may have to change.
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.
A Texas A&M team received a National Science Foundation grant to pursue the 'lab-on-a-chip' technology to rapidly identify antibodies for therapeutics to fight COVID-19.
Classes at Texas A&M will begin Aug. 19 and end prior to Thanksgiving.
Virtual graduation celebrations and conferral of degrees are planned.
A Texas A&M mental health expert offers advice for reducing anxiety as Americans begin to return to work and daily routines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas A&M experts examine which countries have responded effectively to the pandemic – and what the U.S. can learn from them.