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Researchers have developed a graphene-based e-tattoo that measures blood pressure continuously and has several advantages over the traditional blood pressure cuff.
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An Inhaled Therapeutic Developed At Texas A&M Has Been Shown To Be Effective Against Most Known Respiratory Infections, Including COVID-19
There’s a new drug in development that could prevent the next global pandemic. Researchers at Texas A&M University Health Science Center ( Texas A&M Health ) and University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center are testing PUL-042, an inhaled therapeutic that provides broad protection against a range of life-threatening respiratory infections.
Sorrento Therapeutics Announces Entry Into Option Agreement to Exclusively License MPRO Inhibitors Against SARS-CoV-2 and Variants of Concern, Including Delta, From Texas A&M University
Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRNE, "Sorrento") today announced that it has entered into an option agreement (“Option”) with The Texas A&M University System (“TAMUS”) for exclusive rights to the intellectual property covering highly potent main protease (MPro) inhibitors against SARS-CoV-2.
Volition's Nu.Q™ Vet Assay Detects Two Common Canine Cancers
VolitionRx Limited today announced results from its first proof of concept study conducted by Texas A&M University.
Fannin Awarded $2,000,000 NIH Grant For Continued Development of Fetal Surgery Device
Houston, TX Fannin Innovation Studio announces its receipt of a $2,000,000 Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Institute of Health Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development for development of its ChorioAnchor device, in partnership with Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, and Texas A&M University
STATKING Clinical Services Named to the 15th Annual Aggie 100, Honored as Fastest Growing Company
STATKING Clinical Services, Cincinnati, OH is among the top 100 companies from around the world selected for the 15th annual Aggie 100, which honors the fastest-growing companies owned or operated by former students of Texas A&M University.
Two Researchers Awarded Grants to Commemorate Soft Bones 10th Anniversary and Hypophosphatasia Awareness Day
Soft Bones, Inc. is proud to award its annual Maher Family Grant to fund HPP studies
Researchers led by Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences have identified a new pathway they believe may help suppress the development of glioblastoma tumors.
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Texas A&M and Scowcroft Institute to Host 3rd Annual Pandemic & Biosecurity Forum at NPC
This event will include keynote remarks from U.S. Sen. Richard Burr and ADM Brett Giroir, Assistant Secretary for Health, HHS and featuring remarks from international pandemic experts and release of new Scowcroft Institute White Paper with policy recommendations for addressing the Ebola, Measles and next pandemic.
Texas A&M Health Science Center report highlights new ways forward for rural health care
The Episcopal Health Foundation (EHF), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the T.L.L. Temple Foundation sponsored the report, titled Optimizing Rural Health: A community health care blueprint.
Texas A&M selected by HRSA to lead center addressing American rural health care
Texas A&M has been chosen as the recipient of a five-year grant from the Vulnerable Rural Hospitals Assistance Program, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
New Study: Mangos Help Promote Gut Health
Eating mangos found to be more effective in relieving constipation and reducing intestinal inflammation than comparable amount of fiber
Texas A&M Research Shows Biological Clocks Could Improve Brain Cancer Treatment
Biological clocks throughout the body play a major role in human health and performance, from sleep and energy use to how food is metabolized and even stroke severity.
Texas A&M University Research Suggests Strokes May Cause Increased Preference For Alcohol
Texas A&M University Research Points To Potential Way To Prevent Seizure-Caused Brain Damage
Texas A&M University Joins NIPTE As Its 17th Member Institution
Rapid Test For Tuberculosis Developed, Texas A&M University Study
Breathing In A Cure, Texas A&M University Study