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Texas A&M University is dedicated to the discovery, development, communication, and application of knowledge in a wide range of academic and professional fields. Its mission of providing the highest quality undergraduate and graduate programs is inseparable from its mission of developing new understandings through research and creativity. It prepares students to assume roles in leadership, responsibility and service to society. Texas A&M assumes as its historic trust the maintenance of freedom of inquiry and an intellectual environment nurturing the human mind and spirit. It welcomes and seeks to serve persons of all racial, ethnic and geographic groups as it addresses the needs of an increasingly diverse population and a global economy. In the 21st century, Texas A&M University seeks to assume a place of preeminence among public universities while respecting its history and traditions.

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A team from Texas A&M has made progress in determining efficacy, safety and new applications of CBD therapeutics.
A Texas A&M astronomer and collaborators have found complex organic molecules in a galaxy more than 12 billion light-years away from Earth.
Scientists are studying how pollen diversity affects the nutritional quality of honeybee diets, including asking foundational questions about how nutrition can sustain healthier colonies.
Researchers from Texas A&M and Carnegie Mellon tested air quality from the Ohio train derailment identified future needs for continued sampling.
A new study from the Texas A&M uncovers a brain circuit involved in fentanyl addiction and relapse, paving the way for better treatments.
Preliminary data indicates that a unique cancer drug developed by a Texas A&M researcher both kill tumors and rejuvenate the immune system.
Texas A&M University, through its unique Engineering Medicine (EnMed) collaboration with Houston Methodist Hospital, is stepping up to help the health care system keep up with the demand for medical supplies brought on by the increasing number of confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases.
More than 2,000 COVID-19 sampling kits will soon be on their way to hospitals across the state, thanks to Aggie innovation and ingenuity.
Texas A&M University nursing students set to graduate this May will be able to pursue an accelerated graduation plan that allows them the opportunity to quickly enter the workforce to support the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a touch of inspiration from MacGyver, Aggies have developed a way to make medical protective gear from readily available materials.