Other Research Initiatives

Baylor faculty share historic strengths in areas such as business, religion, education, family and consumer sciences, education and more. Learn more about Baylor research across a variety of disciplines that enriches understanding of the ways individuals and societies work, play, learn and worship.

Jul. 19, 2021
Running the Gamut
Learn more about how Baylor professors and inventors are expanding the color palette available to creatives on digital cameras, stretching beyond traditional RGB broadcast color.
Jul. 16, 2021
Baylor Presents Significant R1 Progress Report at Board of Regents Meeting
Significant strides made over the past four years across numerous metrics have the University projected to achieve its R1 goals by 2024.
Jul. 15, 2021
Biodiversity Impacts of Alternative Energy Strategies
Baylor researcher Ryan McManamay considers ecosystem footprint of climate mitigation energy pathways in study published in Biological Conservation.
Jun. 22, 2021
Crustal Block Tectonics Offer Clues to Venus’ Geology, Study Finds
New study that includes contributions by Baylor planetary geophysicist Peter James, identifies previously unrecognized pattern of tectonic deformation on Venus.
Jun. 3, 2021
Baylor Researchers Introduce 6P Color Imaging System that Could Revolutionize TV, Cinema Storytelling
SMPTE, NASA among organizations at introduction of compatible system that transcends traditional color range, enables digital screens to display “colors within the colors” naturally seen by the human eye.
May 5, 2021
Study Offers Earliest Evidence of Humans Changing Ecosystems with Fire
A Yale-led study, with contributions from a Baylor University paleoclimatologist, provides the earliest evidence to date of ancient humans significantly altering entire ecosystems with flames.
Apr. 5, 2021
Illuminating a Giant
Doris Miller was "the first American hero of World War II," but as an African-American in the 1940s, his impact had to fight through layers of suppression. Now, a Baylor history professor's work is shining increased light on his contributions-not only at Pearl Harbor, but on the Civil Rights Movement that followed.
Feb. 1, 2021
Baylor Researcher Examines Impact of Management Without Morals
An organization that projects an ethical face but whose managers fail to respond to internal ethical situations can lead to a lack of employees’ moral courage, according to a study led by a Baylor University researcher.