Olga Kuchment

Olga Kuchment is a communication specialist for Texas A&M AgriLife Communications in College Station. She is responsible for writing news releases and feature articles from science-based information generated or provided by AgriLife faculty throughout the state.

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April 17, 2023

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hosts 67th annual Convocation

Celebration honors excellent students and exemplary educators

March 9, 2023

Study uncovers aspect of how muscular dystrophies progress

Advance has potential for early diagnosis, treatments of Walker-Warburg syndrome, other muscular dystrophies

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November 10, 2022

Atomic-resolution microscopy facility opens at Texas A&M

Grand opening and symposium set for Saturday, Dec. 3

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September 28, 2022

Rapid delivery: Injected protein flips a switch in the brain, disappears

Potential implications for treating neurotrauma and spinal cord injuries

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September 21, 2022

Texas A&M Aggie Women Network names Shippen as Eminent Scholar

Biochemistry and biophysics' Shippen is renowned for work in telomere biology

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September 9, 2022

Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics 75th anniversary brings new lecture series, awards

Two-day celebration in August showcased research for a strong future

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August 30, 2022

Celebrating Ryland Young’s career, advances in phage applications

New biochemistry lecture series will honor the soon-to-be professor emeritus

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August 29, 2022

Shim named interim head for Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology

Leland ‘Sandy’ Pierson returns to research, teaching after 13 years as department head

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May 16, 2022

Texas A&M AgriLife describes new protein structures to aid rational drug design

New ideas for treatments may come from newly solved structures of the C1 domain of protein kinase C

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January 28, 2022

Is that chile pepper hot or not?

A primer on jalapeños, habaneros and the science behind the spice

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January 19, 2022

Texas A&M Regents approve appointments to Agriculture leadership

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December 17, 2021

Bioenergy sorghum’s roots can replenish carbon in soil

Texas A&M AgriLife study shows the annual crop can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide

December 17, 2021

Bioenergy sorghum wax, a potentially valuable coproduct, enhances crop’s resilience

In addition to providing protection from drought, heat and pests, wax could generate extra revenue for producers

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November 30, 2021

New research takes aim at devastating citrus greening

Texas A&M AgriLife leads multistate collaboration against Huanglongbing disease

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November 2, 2021

Ancestor’s microbiome may help corn resist insect pests

Texas A&M AgriLife scientists study how teosinte’s microbes could help with insect control in corn

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October 1, 2021

A new view of Parkinson’s disease

Texas A&M AgriLife researchers shed light on neurotoxicity in the disorder

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September 20, 2021

Three tips to recycle fall leaves

Clever, environmentally friendly uses of fallen leaves include free fertilizer, mulch, nutrient-rich compost

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September 6, 2021

Agricultural and life sciences education beyond the U.S. borders

Texas A&M AgriLife offers students international glimpse with study abroad

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August 20, 2021

Ballabina to serve as vice president for academic/strategic partnerships at Texas A&M

Deputy vice chancellor’s new role at Texas A&M begins effective Sept. 1

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August 6, 2021

New transfer agreements signed with community colleges

Blinn, Angelina and South Texas colleges to participate