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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


Study finds most Americans strongly support vaccination requirements for K-12 students

Vaccine mandates for school-age individuals are especially effective, because this age group has fewer preventive visits

The great “unwinding” of Medicaid

Research explores various Medicaid policy changes and what they mean for future policy research and practice.

Utilizing omega-6 fatty acids to mitigate early embryonic loss in beef cattle

Reproductive failure is a key factor limiting cow-calf productivity, and pregnancy loss has been recognized as one of the main reproductive challenges in cattle

Physicists play key role in milestone moment toward development of a nuclear clock

The countdown has started to develop of a new generation of timepieces capable of shattering records