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Engage the tractor beam, Scotty: Physicists move spheres with lasers

Research team at Texas A&M-Qatar is shifting particles up to 20 centimeters

Ancient DNA: Humans settled in Europe, East Asia 36,000 years ago

Neanderthal and modern human interbreeding occurred much earlier, new evidence suggests

Chronic disease: Older adults need more self-management programs

It is never too early or late to intervene for healthy aging, Texas A&M researcher says

Making chicken environmentally friendly – yet keeping it affordable

The challenge is to meet demand for ‘natural chicken’ while maintaining productivity

Vanishing grasslands: NSF-funded study will examine role of humans

New approaches to modeling will link social processes with biophysical processes

Groundwater safety: New test to help oil industry prevent chemical leaks

Research at Texas A&M-Qatar could result in wells that are more friendly to environment

E-government transparency: How well do websites serve citizens?

Larger cities in Texas earn highest scores; small communities post lowest scores

Experience with Chernobyl disaster guides research on radio-isotopes

Galveston professor investigates how organic materials respond to potentially toxic levels of radiation

Elephants can predict rainstorms days in advance, GPS data suggest

This insight could help conservationists to better protect endangered herds from poachers