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All new! It’s the 2022 issue of Research@Texas A&M … the magazine

Now in its second year, this digital publication presents interesting stories about ground-breaking projects within Texas A&M University’s $1.148 billion research enterprise

COVID-19

Delivered as a nasal spray, newly engineered proteins called DARPins can prevent or treat COVID-19

Lab publishes findings in the journal Nature Chemical Biology
Environment

PhDs study pH levels that could threaten fragile ecosystem of 17 separate reefs and banks along the Texas Gulf Coast

Research receives funding from the Ocean Acidification Program of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Microbiology

Confocal microscope allows scientists to study near-3D images of tiny, living organisms in real time

College of Agriculture professor touts advantages over conventional technology
Soil and Crop Sciences

Wanted: A breed of hemp plants that can thrive despite Texas heat and drought while staying within the law

USDA funds project to establish a diverse and public collection of germplasms