Texas A&M anthropology professor Shelley Wachsmann and his team recently published a study highlighting the discovery of a hidden harbor off the coast of Israel that may have been referenced in the Bible.

Make a date for free family fun and experience the Texas A&M Physics and Engineering Festival featuring hands-on demonstrations, keynote talks, a legendary Texas-sized five-barrel depth charge and much more!

From engineering to the humanities, experts agree that artificial intelligence technology is here to stay. But how can we maximize its benefits while avoiding ethical pitfalls and unintended consequences?

Brown noise has amassed a considerable social media following, based on its alleged cognitive benefits associated with ADHD. Despite the lack of evidence to support its impact, one Texas A&M professor says there are a multitude of different practices that can also help ease the disorder’s effects.

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While the nature of being born into a family of medical professionals may be a partial reason the Nguyen brothers chose to major in biology, they credit the nurture of the Science Leadership Scholars Program for their current success in Aggieland.

Stepanek, who boasts a 4.0 in biomedical sciences, is the third Aggie all-time to earn the prestigious honor, joining Lisa Bratton (2018) and Sarah Gibson (2017).

As a woman in sports media, Lia Musgrave ’19 has had to work hard to make her voice heard — and she’s certain her perseverance will help define a new era for the future of women in the industry.


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