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What works for raising chickens also works for raising ducks, right? Not so, says Texas A&M poultry scientist

Associate professor is filing in the gaps in research on commercial duck production

1,000% difference: Water-based batteries may offer significantly more storage capacity, new Texas A&M study says

Project receives funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science
National Security

Creating food security would reduce emigration, crime and radicalization around the world, new economic report says

Farm Journal Foundation commissions study from Texas A&M’s Program on Conflict and Development
Health Behavior

How do social factors and built environments influence our levels of physical activity? A&M researchers look for answers

Public health scholars publish study of current literature in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health

Bad news for the ‘deadliest animal on the planet’: Making mosquitos vulnerable to viruses that infect humans

A&M entomologist discusses potential impact on society

Mystery solved? How a common herbicide may have triggered a kidney-disease epidemic in Central America

Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology publishes results of NIH-funded study
Biomedical Sciences

Angelman syndrome: Scientists prepare to shift first molecular therapeutic into clinical development

Texas A&M team publishes findings in Science Translational Medicine
Nautical Archaeology

Buried for centuries: Archaeologists may have discovered Bronze Age harbor mentioned in Old Testament

Core samples contribute to findings published in the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology
Health Policy and Management

‘Best of two worlds’: Ethical model for artificial intelligence combines flexibility with enforcement

Researchers say CAITE could curb misuse while encouraging advancements