In this episode of Good Newscast, sponsored by Frost Bank, Arely, Andrew, and Owen spotlight good news about public health, mental health, and an underground international safety network that provides assistance to people across the world who are LGBTQ.
In episode 13 of Good Newscast, sponsored by Frost Bank, Owen takes us on a pilgrimage across Spain, Andrew spotlights new ways to keep plastic from outnumbering fish in our oceans, and Arely gives us the story behind the story of a hero meteorologist in Abilene.
Q: My husband works in a creative field and has ‘imposter syndrome.’ He worries that he’s not talented enough or can replaced at any moment. When he thinks about pursuing new opportunities, he becomes terrified of failure—professionally and financially. This stress is causing him to withdraw and be unhappy. How…
Texas A&M astronomer and physics expert Nick Suntzeff discusses setting up a base of operations on the Moon, armed conflict in space, alien life and space billboards ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The SmartSuit design concept developed by Texas A&M's Dr. Ana Diaz Artiles incorporates soft robotics technology, lending better mobility and dexterity to astronauts.
Retired NASA astronaut and Texas A&M aerospace engineering professor Bonnie J. Dunbar explains what it’s like to be in space.
As NASA and private companies race to send humans to Mars and beyond, the need for a program providing sustainable life for long periods in space becomes apparent. Dr. Robert Skelton has proposed a growable habitat with 1 G of gravitational force to solve this need. Skelton, a Texas A&M Engineering Experiment…
The new Telluride Bike Park features 10 miles of flow trails tailored for every ability.
The City of Austin is rich with history and culture, boasting a variety of cherished landmarks that elevate the area. From its stunning springs to its quaint museums, each gem tells a story of Old Austin while informing the present, as a reminder of how far the city has come and will continue to thrive.
As a space-grant institution, Texas A&M University is contributing research and talent to support NASA’s missions to the moon, Mars and beyond.