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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

Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer

Round 4 of X-Grants program awards $7 Million to 8 interdisciplinary projects

Texas A&M’s recent X-Grant awards represent 73 A&M faculty, researchers and staff from 13 colleges.

Trademarking COVID-19? Study finds epidemic of federal applications

Volume of 2020 claims crushes numbers from past sensational events, law professor discovers

X-Grants: 8 Texas A&M faculty teams will provide research project updates

Principal investigators will represent 81 faculty members and other researchers from eight colleges, four schools, AgriLife Research and TEES during inaugural President’s Excellence Fund Symposium on April 4

Sexual harassment in STEM fields: A&M team to conduct NSF study

Interdisciplinary project will scrutinize formal systems, informal influences

Report examines liability of flooding for operators of dams and reservoirs

Documents recommends best practices for engaging and educating the public and reducing the potential for litigation

Nullification: What factors prompt states to override federal laws?

Researchers publish results of their examination of state nullification legislation between 2010 and 2016

NSF-funded study will examine how judges behave in world’s high courts

Scholars aim to develop general theories about judicial behavior in first-of-its-kind project