A Q&A with Dr. Steve Maren, who is leading the brain science charge at Texas A&M
A chair is being funded in honor of George J. Mann, a professor who's spent 50 years preparing students for the health facilities design industry.
A proposed plan by two Texas A&M University at Galveston researchers to protect Texas coasts could prevent billions in hurricane damage.
The Texas A&M Foundation received a $20 million gift to rename the Institute for Advanced Study in honor of Jon L. Hagler '58.
Triseum, an educational video game development company, has established the $1 million Triseum Endowed Chair of Visualization.
The Texas A&M Foundation named Janet Bluemel, her husband John A. Gladysz, and M. Edward Rister as recipients of its Partner in Philanthropy Award.
Two Texas A&M University statistics professors have been appointed to endowed chairs within the Department of Statistics.
Lynn and Bill Crane have established the Lynn '84 and Bill Crane '83 Chair within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M.
Four former students from the College of Architecture made generous commitments, creating three professorships and a new fellowship.
Dr. Adam Barry conducts research exploring the unique issues pertinent to student service members and veterans.
Texas A&M researchers are trying to find ways to treat epilepsy, which affects about 1 in every 100 Americans and about 65 million people worldwide.
Distinguished Professor of Statistics Raymond J. Carroll and Marcia G. Ory created the Graduate Fellowship in Statistics to benefit graduate students.
New research shows golden hour trauma care saves lives on the battlefield.
Reuben May, a professor of sociology, is to be honored with University Professorships for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence.
A Texas A&M Galveston researcher hopes to tag as many as 50 sharks in the Gulf of Mexico to learn more about their feeding habits and behavior.
Researchers at the Texas A&M Health Science Center are actively working to answer unknowns about breast cancer.
Also known as Query fever, Q fever is an animal-borne bacterial infection that has affected hundreds of U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Bob Segner ’69, a distinguished Texas A&M professor of construction science, is retiring after a stellar 46-year teaching career.
Dentists from the Texas A&M Baylor College of Dentistry are on the front line in treating obstructive sleep apnea.
Ersen Arseven recently commemorated the 15-year anniversary of his wife, Susan's passing by establishing a memorial endowment at Texas A&M.
A new lightweight, energy-efficient tool for analyzing a material’s chemical makeup could improve the detection abilities of various technologies.
The Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study (TIAS) announced its Faculty Fellows for the 2015-16 academic year.
An “out of this world” thank you was delivered to Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists recently for keeping astronauts “fed and happy.”
A new track in Geographical Information Science and Technology prepares students to enter the field from day one.
A smart device that translates sign language could bridge the communications gap between the deaf and those who don’t know sign language.
Scientists face many uncertainties about Ebola and dogs, although most agree that there is not evidence dogs develop clinical disease.
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