Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are testing genetic modification technology with safeguards in mind.
Federal grant money will fuel the development of new tools in the fight against cattle fever ticks.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research studies show shiner and minnow populations could provide early signs of water depletion, drought, and other environmental changes.
A new Texas A&M AgriLife study shows the annual crop can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide.
A new study by a Texas A&M AgriLife research scientist makes the case for natural infrastructure.
A Texas A&M AgriLife research scientist is using controlled environment agriculture to make leaps in urban farming through automation, artificial intelligence and robotics.
A $2.2 million National Science Foundation grant will establish the center, where scientists will research the farming of insects as a potential food source.
Texas A&M AgriLife research shows that proper grazing protocols can regenerate soil systems and ecosystem functions.
Findings from scientists at the Bill Sims Wool and Mohair Research Laboratory have had far-reaching effects throughout the fiber industry.
A new NIH-funded grant supports studying phages as a preventive, therapeutic approach.