Improving Life Through Science and Technology

Texas A&M AgriLife Research is the state’s premier research agency in agriculture, natural resources, and the life sciences. We conduct hundreds of projects spanning many scientific disciplines to deliver life-sustaining and industry-changing impacts to citizens throughout Texas and around the world.

A member of The Texas A&M University System, AgriLife Research collaborates with the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, and many others to help fulfill the A&M System’s land-grant mission of teaching, research, extension, and service.

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  • Green infrastructure, low-impact development focus of Feb. 2 workshop in Dallas
    Jan 23Green infrastructure, low-impact development focus of Feb. 2 workshop in Dallas

    DALLAS -- A Green Infrastructure/Low-Impact Development Workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m.-noon Feb. 2 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 17360 Coit Road in Dallas. The workshop is sponsored by the Texas Water Resources Institute, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Nikki Dictson, AgriLife Extension program […] The post Green infrastructure, low-impact development focus of Feb. 2 workshop in Dallas appeared first on AgriLife Today.

  • Closed-loop concept could be the future of sustainable animal farms
    Jan 23Closed-loop concept could be the future of sustainable animal farms

    STEPHENVILLE – Dr. Eunsung Kan sees his concept of a closed-loop dairy farm, which reuses wastewater, emits zero waste and powers itself on manure, as the future of sustainable animal farming. Kan, a Texas A&M AgriLife Research chemical and environmental engineer in Stephenville, said his concept could change the way dairies, swine and poultry farms […] The post Closed-loop concept could be the future of sustainable animal farms appeared first on AgriLife Today.

  • Doctoral candidate Smith receives trio of awards
    Jan 21Doctoral candidate Smith receives trio of awards

    COLLEGE STATION -- William "Brandon" Smith, a doctoral candidate in the Texas A&M University department of soil and crop sciences in College Station, is racking up awards as he approaches graduation. At the recent Texas A&M AgriLife Conference, Smith was awarded the 2016 Vice Chancellor’s Award in Excellence for Graduate Student Research as well as […] The post Doctoral candidate Smith receives trio of awards appeared first on AgriLife Today.