Bryan College Station Eagle, Feb. 21, 2007 BRYAN - Texas A&M University will receive $12.5 million for safety research as part of a settlement between energy giant BP and a woman whose parents were killed in a 2005 explosion at a BP refinery. The settlement stems from a lawsuit filed in the wake of a deadly explosion at BP's oil refinery in Texas City. The blast killed more than a dozen people, including the parents of Eva Rowe, who filed the suit. Rowe settled with the company last year, and the terms require the company to set aside $32 million to improve oil workers' safety. Texas A&M is one of five institutions that will share the $32 million. Others are the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, the College of the Mainland in Texas City, Hornbeck High School in Louisiana and St. Jude's Research Hospital.