SEC Media Days lineup: A&M junior running back Trayveon Williams, junior center Erik McCoy and senior defensive lineman Kingsley Keke will attend the Southeastern Conference Media Days in Atlanta along with head coach Jimbo Fisher on Monday.

Ring reunion: Lauren Snyder, Class of 2008, lost her Aggie ring on a visit last year to the San Antonio Zoo. On Monday, a zoo security manager found it, and after a social media message went viral, Snyder was reunited with the ring.

Drug addiction and autism may not seem to have much in common. However, Laura N. Smith, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics at the Texas A&M College of Medicine, studies both. Her research into how brains are wired informs our understa…

Growing up in a village in Ghana, Bernard Appiah, DrPH, assistant professor at the Texas A&M School of Public Health and the director of the school’s Research Program on Public and International Engagement for Health, experienced firsthand how important culturally appropriate communicati…

Back to fire school: Thousands of firefighters have begun streaming into Bryan-College Station as the first of Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service's annual summer fire schools kicked off Sunday. About 4,000 firefighters -- from the U.S. and several other countries -- arrive for the c…

Nuclear research: A consortium led by Texas A&M University has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to establish and manage the Center for Excellence in Nuclear Training and University-based Research, the National Nuclear Security Administration announced Thursday.

Wind tunnel: The Texas A&M National Aerothermochemistry and Hypersonics Laboratory is in the last stages of building the Hypervelocity Expansion Tunnel. Rodney Bowersox, head of A&M's aerospace engineering department, said the research will help study the aerodynamics and chemistry o…

July 5, 2012: More than 450 students, parents and children from around the community gathered on the front lawn of Central Baptist Church in College Station, creating what quickly became known as the "Maroon Wall" in honor of fallen soldier Lt. Col. Roy Tisdale, Texas A&M Class of '92.

The bond between a newborn baby and a mother has been described as magical. Throughout history, a baby’s first source of nutrients generally comes from that bond, and newborns rely on that. However, in some cases, a woman may struggle to breastfeed her baby, and a health practitioner from th…

Top 10 finish for athletics: Texas A&M's athletics program finished 10th in the Learfield Directors’ Cup, a two-spot improvement from last year and its first Top 10 finish since the 2013-14 season. 

Hundreds of scientific and other academic minds gathered at Texas A&M on Thursday and Friday as part of the U.S. Air Force Science and Technology 2030 conference series, designed to update the branch's strategy by listening to scientists, business professionals and higher education through a series of events.

Today, the Texas A&M and Driscoll Children’s Hospital Global Institute for Hispanic Health (GIHH) awarded grant funding to four research teams in its inaugural Clinical Research Seed Grant program. The program provides research seed funding for clinical, translational and health services…

Physical activity is one of the most effective ways of promoting health, preventing disease and reducing premature mortality risks. This is especially true for the rapidly growing population of older adults in the United States. Interventions aimed at increasing physical activity in older ad…

An interesting trend has occurred in Roatán, Honduras, over the past several decades. Between 1970 and 2000, word began to spread about this small island off the country’s northern coast. More than 1 million people now visit Roatán each year, in large part because of its close reach to the M…