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- Feb 16, 2018

The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program at Texas A&M University will host the first Invent for the Planet on February 16-18, 2018 — a 48-hour global design challenge with 14 participating universities from around the globe. Students will aim to solve some of the world’s most challenging and pressing problems within 48 hours.


- Feb 16, 2018

Joseph Fair, a modern-day international disease detective, will lead a discussion titled, “War Without an Army: Responding to Infectious Disease Catastrophes in a Globalized World.” The Texas A&M University Bush School of Government and Public Service is hosting the event on Jan. 31 at 5:30 p.m. in the Presidential Library Orientation Theater of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.


- Feb 16, 2018

Texas A&M University Hagler Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS) Faculty Fellow Dr. Manfred Schartl led the international team that recently sequenced the first Amazon molly genome and the genomes of the original parental species that created this unique fish in an effort to better understand how its reproduction deviates from the male-female sexual norm and why the Amazon molly as a species has fared so well in the process. (Full article -- Texas A&M Today)


- Feb 16, 2018

Though agriculture students only comprise a tiny percent of the total number of foreign students, agriculture grew as the field of choice by 15 percent between the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years, according to the Institute of International Education report.  


- Feb 16, 2018

Forty-five scientists from France, the United States and western Africa held a two day workshop at Texas A&M Galveston to discuss Sargassum (seaweed) and the problems it has created in the past with no warnings of its landings and inundations on the beaches of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico.


- May 23, 2017

Featured Media Video on the Palau Coral Reefs | Global Impact


- May 23, 2017

In the Peruvian Rainforest | The Tambopata Macaw Project