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99 cats: Genome project could improve human and animal health

Researchers will gather 99 cats of diverse breeds from a wide variety of geographic locations, take DNA samples and work to sequence their genomes

Back to the beach: Developing better ways to warn about rip currents

Geography researchers use survey to test knowledge among beach visitors and to develop better signs for alerting them about dangers

GrazingCalc helps producers to manage livestock and resources

New app for smartphones developed by Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Test center will develop drones for commercial use, scientific research

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi leads work on winning proposal in national competition

New research database may reveal patterns in congenital heart defects

Team spent four years collecting data from 239 experiments and writing software to track patterns in gene expression
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Investigating the role of race and migration in politics and society

Comparative political theory is bringing new perspectives to traditional thought

Giant Magellan Telescope passes reviews, poised to start construction

Texas A&M is a founding partner in the project, which is building a telescope 10 times as powerful as the Hubble Space Telescope

‘Magic range’ for animal propulsion appears to be 30 to 60 degrees

Finding from NSF-funded study could lead to improvements in human engineering

Genetics and exercise: Can we improve health from the inside out?

With the genes of hunter-gatherers, people should focus on becoming active daily