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Life Sciences


Utilizing omega-6 fatty acids to mitigate early embryonic loss in beef cattle

Reproductive failure is a key factor limiting cow-calf productivity, and pregnancy loss has been recognized as one of the main reproductive challenges in cattle

Texas A&M AgriLife researcher receives $4 million grant to study feeding intolerance in preterm infants

A novel method developed by Chapkin Lab enables researchers to assess the intestinal physiology of a baby.
Life Sciences

Can coffee prevent cancer? Research suggests java may offer benefits also found in vegetable-rich diets

NIH publishes review paper from team of Texas A&M scientists
Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Something in the air: How do HVAC systems and building designs influence the spread of human pathogens?

National Institutes of Health provide funding for Texas A&M study of healthcare facilities

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

Diet may contribute to development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new NIH-funded study

Texas A&M researchers publish findings in FEBS Journal

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
Biomedical Sciences

Insects are unlikely to spread coronavirus, new A&M study says

CDC-funded research answers concern about virus transmission

Balancing act: Ongoing research aims to protect both bats and people

Survey identifies abandoned structures that provide seasonal habitats