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The cargo of the Gagliana Grossa: silk, jewels and some amazing stories

Built in 16th century Venice, seized by the Ottoman Empire, sold to a merchant and loaded with expensive goods, then swallowed by a storm off Croatia

Rapid population growth threatens stability of state’s rural economy

Texas lost nearly 1.1 million acres of privately owned farms, ranches and forests from 1997 to 2012, researcher says

Nutrition models may help producers to reduce impact on environment

System sets a complete ration for each animal and estimates a date to reach the target USDA grade

Kids who witness violence at home are at risk to continue cycle as adults

Research at Texas A&M Health Science Center will expand resources and better prepare professionals

Anthropologists rescue artifacts from wreckage of Mississippi riverboat

Tools, cargo, machinery, timber and other artifacts find home with Oklahoma Historical Museum

That ‘fresh-mown lawn smell’ is actually a distress call to insects

Study by AgriLife Research could reveal how signals affect drought tolerance

Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Facility will anchor Texas A&M Biocorridor

Gov. Perry, Chancellor Sharp and other officials take part in dedication ceremony

What to do with tons of seaweed from Gulf of Mexico? Bale it, spread it and maybe eat it, researchers say

Researchers at Texas A&M University at Galveston have found a use for the hundreds of tons of stinky seaweed that have washed up on Texas and Louisiana beaches along the Gulf of Mexico.  They have devised a way to bale the stuff like common hay and have even found a way to possibly make it…

Wheat and drought: Why are some cultivars more tolerant than others?

Three studies attempt to identify key traits of cultivars developed at Texas A&M