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5 Ways to Prepare for Holiday Gatherings

Living with prediabetes or diabetes can sometimes result in wondering what to do with food at gatherings around this time of year.  Should you enjoy in bliss or restrict yourself? Well, it can be a happy balance between these options.  The holidays should be a time we can feel confident in our choices but enjoy our time together.  The tips below can help you prepare for events that come your way! Remember to enjoy the […]

A&M System, Worlds Inc. Collaborate on COVID-19 Breathalyzer

Testing of Aggies Starts Thursday Using Artificial Intelligence-Based Detector The simple act of blowing through a straw could soon come to symbolize a breathtaking leap forward in the COVID-19 fight – and in combating other public health threats, including pathogens that could cause future pandemics. That simple exhaled breath is key to a new device that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect whether individuals should be tested for COVID-19. The sophisticated breathalyzer is being developed […]

U.S. Army Secretary visits Texas A&M System Bush Combat Development Complex

McCarthy praises Texas A&M project for collaboration among researchers, industry and soldiers in pursuit of high-tech military innovation Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy visited the RELLIS Campus today to see progress on The Texas A&M University System’s new and unique contribution to military modernization. McCarthy toured construction of the George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC), where leading U.S. researchers will work with warriors on high-tech solutions to real-world national security challenges. The BCDC’s first strategic partner is […]

Former Sen. Phil Gramm Presents Awards To Doctoral Students At Texas A&M

By Keith Randall, Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Citing his long affinity for graduate students and the role they have at a major university, former U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm presented eight Texas A&M University doctoral students with the U.S. Senator Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellowship Awards during a ceremony Thursday on campus. The awards, each for $5,000, will support the research efforts of the students as they pursue their doctoral degrees. The awards are named for […]

Texas A&M Engineering Information Sessions

Do you want to be a Texas A&M engineering student? Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy At Houston Community College Information Sessions Come and learn how to start your engineering degree locally! Aggies enrolled in the Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy at Houston Community College spend their first two years at the HCC Spring Branch campus where Texas A&M faculty teach the engineering courses and HCC faculty teach the core curriculum courses. This means you can save up […]

Texas A&M Racing’s 2017 Formula SAE Race Car

Texas A&M Racing’s 2017 Formula SAE race car will make its debut March 13 outside of “Texas A&M House” at the Hotel Van Zandt during South By Southwest (SXSW) before heading off to international competition this summer. Each year, Texas A&M students take part in the Formula SAE international design competition, where they design and build a formula-style race car and compete against 500 student teams from around the world. In its 15-year history of […]

Sophie Salverino, Cinco Ranch Ready For Work At Texas A&M

Photo: Diana L. Porter www.designonlinehouston.com.

By Tom Behrens The Texas A&M Aggies announced the arrival of six early enrollees for the upcoming 2017 soccer season, with one of them being Sophie Salverino, forward from Cinco Ranch High School. “This is an exciting time for Aggie Soccer,” head coach G. Guerrieri said. “The year 2017 is off to a great start. Sophie graduated a semester early from high school to be here for our spring semester and non-traditional soccer season.” Salverino […]