Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases
The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases aims to prevent, detect, mitigate and recover from foreign animal, emerging, and/or zoonotic diseases (transmissible between animals and humans), which may be introduced intentionally or through natural processes.
Institute of Plant Genomics and Biotechnology
Research projects at the Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology include the development of transgenic plants for disease and stress resistance and high-value proteins, as well as the platform for biotechnology research in food, fiber, and health.
Institute of Renewable Natural Resources
The Institute of Renewable Natural Resources focuses on improving management of natural resources through engagement with land managers and policy makers, interdisciplinary research and technology transfer, and policy and economic analysis.
Norman E. Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture
The Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture at Texas A&M is internationally known for its work in feeding the world’s hungry, and supporting equity, economic growth, quality of life, and mutual respect among peoples. The Borlaug Institute helps developing countries with the ability to strengthen sustainable agricultural practices through scientific training and collaborative research opportunities.
Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine
The Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine is an essential resource for any researcher looking to obtain knockout mice and embryonic stem (ES) cells quickly and with favorable intellectual property (IP) terms. Resources include the world’s largest gene trap library of ES cells in the C57BL/6N mouse strain and access to the largest library of ES cells in the 129/SvEvBrd mouse strain.
Texas Water Resources Institute
Texas Water Resources Institute helps address priority water resources issues in the state. The institute collaborates through joint projects with universities; federal, state and local governmental organizations; and numerous others, including engineering firms, commodity groups and environmental organizations