What we do

The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas is a scientific research campus and headquarters for public outreach. Scientists and extension specialists at Dallas work to advance innovation in four areas: urban agriculture, water resources, healthy landscapes and ecosystems, and healthy food systems. Click here to learn more.

Select Programs

This gallery showcases some of the scientific research and extension initiatives housed at Texas A&M AgriLife's Dallas center. Explore the site navigation bar for a listing of these and all other programs at Dallas.

Genome Research

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Applying genomics and molecular genetics to improve resiliency in plants

Water University

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Educating Texans about the power of healthy landscapes to conserve and protect water resources

Family & Community Health

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Offering statewide public outreach and education programs on family and community health topics.

Urban Entomology

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Understanding urban insect pests, developing sustainable control measures, educating Texans and national pest professionals

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