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Health Behavior

Second-generation Asian Indian American adolescents report they face discrimination as early as preschool, new study says

Interviews cover five hypothetical situations with follow-up questions

Delivered as a nasal spray, newly engineered proteins called DARPins can prevent or treat COVID-19

Lab publishes findings in the journal Nature Chemical Biology

PhDs study pH levels that could threaten fragile ecosystem of 17 separate reefs and banks along the Texas Gulf Coast

Research receives funding from the Ocean Acidification Program of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration

Confocal microscope allows scientists to study near-3D images of tiny, living organisms in real time

College of Agriculture professor touts advantages over conventional technology
Soil and Crop Sciences

Wanted: A breed of hemp plants that can thrive despite Texas heat and drought while staying within the law

USDA funds project to establish a diverse and public collection of germplasms
Biomedical Engineering

How do aging and radiation lead to atherosclerosis on Earth and in space? New organ-on-a-chip could provide answers

Project receives funding from NASA, NIH, FDA and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority

Now available on campus: Microscopy tech that can create images of large and small molecules for scientists and engineers

A&M plans open house and symposium for new cryo-EM facility on Dec. 3
Chemical Engineering

Smaller doses, yet effective: New drug-delivery system will target bacteria that resist more than one antibiotic

Research received funding from National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
Industrial and Systems Engineering

Stress and anxiety in the ICU: Research measures physiological reactions among nurses under pressure

A&M team published two articles in Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.