It fights AIDS even when it breaks, helps a fella out, and claims to feel better than not using a condom at all.
Researchers from Texas A&M found that laws similar to Texas's castle doctrine actually lead to more homicides instead of deterring crime.
A new study tracking the habits and health of Texas drivers found that those with longer commute times have bigger waistlines.
A Pew Research study shows Paul is by far the most well-liked presidential candidate on Twitter.
The future is here! Engineers from the University of Texas at Dallas have uncovered how to make camera phones that see through walls.
A new study from UT Austin researchers finds math teachers are seeing more than just the numbers when they evaluate students' competence.
Texas researchers are doing their part to fight malaria by monitoring the spread of a drug-resistant strain of the parasite and breeding a genetically modified goat with malaria-vaccine in her milk.
A Texas researcher is working to fight citrus greening by using bacteria-fighting genes found in spinach.
A study conducted by Texas State University researchers involving vultures and human remains could have big implications for homicide investigators.
Two physics professors at Texas State University believe that a rare lunar event may have flung the icebergs in the ship's path.
A new study from the Baylor College of Medicine finds “active” video games like Wii Sports and Dance Dance Revolution don't lead to an increase in physical activity.
Due to budget cuts, the federal agency plans to shutter the Kika de la Garza Subtropical Agricultural Research Center in Weslaco, the organization standing between us and invasive pests.
Two new studies from Texas researchers focus on shedding the pounds and keeping them off.
MAKING A SPLASH—so to speak—is what Cheril Santini does best. As a member of Southern Methodist University’s diving team in the early nineties, the Dallas native made All-American ten times, was a finalist for NCAA woman of the year, and was named one of the nation’s top ten college women
Is it possible to have a low-fat chip that tastes good? After three years of top-secret tinkering, Frito-Lay thinks it has hit upon the ultimate snacker’s delight.
Why are so many students in Texas unable to read? The answer is obvious: because the school system has failed them.
After a decade of lab work at Baylor College of Medicine, this husband-and-wife team has solved the mystery of hyperinsulinism.
It’s not Diamond Jim Brady, Bet a Million Gates, an Arab sheik, or Liberace. It’s a library.