The team will develop a platform to rapidly prototype and test thermally stable and highly efficient mRNA vaccines.
Texas A&M’s recent X-Grant awards represent 73 A&M faculty, researchers and staff from 13 colleges.
In a newly published study, researchers call for clinical trials of an FDA-approved heart medication.
A Texas A&M team will research noninvasive infrared light to treat glioblastomas.
Scientists are using the connectivity between artificial neurons to identify mutations of a new viral species.
Texas A&M researchers developed an image processing technique that can enhance low-resolution images and reveal details that were otherwise not discernable.
Round 3 awards $7 million in funding to 80 Texas A&M researchers in eight colleges, the Health Science Center, Galveston and Qatar.
Principal investigators will represent 81 faculty members and other researchers from eight colleges, four schools, AgriLife Research and TEES during inaugural President’s Excellence Fund Symposium on April 4