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Professor’s biotech firm focuses on treating drug-resistant infections

Innovation Partners assists Sano Chemicals with patent protection and licensing

AAAS selects seven Texas A&M faculty members as 2021 fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science will honor 564 new fellows during its annual meeting in February 2022

C. difficile: Treatments should focus on starving superbug, new study says

‘Secondary bile acids are a red herring for protection,’ A&M biologist says

Wild vs. tame: Study examines how domestication changes brain function

New international study finds hundreds of differences in gene expression among newborn rabbits

Study looks at effects of groundwater on agriculture in Texas drylands

Researchers seek better understanding of links between water supplies, soil health and crop health

Can improving land management save rare West Texas lizards?

Dunes sagebrush lizards tend to live in small areas often disturbed by mining and development

When floodwaters rise, what happens to life in brackish lakes?

Scientists use satellite images and water samples to quantify impact on creatures in Lake Pontchartrain, near New Orleans

Biologists identify genes that cause melanoma in swordtail fish hybrids

Discovery could lead to new therapies for treating cancer in humans

Two-faced bacteria: Team solves mystery within gut’s microbiota

A&M researchers published findings in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences