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Sep
25
2021
A Preeminent Christian Research University
Baylor University's vision affirms that the world needs a preeminent Christian research university, addressing significant global challenges through top-tier research. Learn more about systemic growth across Baylor's research enterprise and advancement toward R1/Tier research status.
Sep
24
2021
A Nano-view For Advanced Solutions
Zhenrong Zhang’s nanoscale microscope development addresses multidisciplinary challenges.
Sep
24
2021
Baylor University Celebrates National Research Administrator Day as University Advances R1 Research Progress
Baylor celebrates substantial research growth and all who make it possible on National Research Administrator Day, and launches a new brand campaign highlighting research marked by compassion, curiosity and courage.
Sep
24
2021
Diplomacy, Race and an Eternal Goal
Ronald Angelo Johnson’s research illuminates how past generations inspire modern solutions.
Sep
24
2021
Empowering the Underserved and At-Risk
Danielle Parrish fills gaps in care for young women in the juvenile justice system.
Sep
24
2021
Transformative Data
Amanda Hering applies data-driven methods to transform the U.S. water system.
Sep
24
2021
Water, Health and Urbanization
Bryan Brooks investigates upstream health solutions to address developing challenges.
Sep
20
2021
Baylor University Announces New Chair Created to Study Food Security
A $1.5 million gift from Jim and Tammy Snee establishes an endowed faculty chair position to lead research efforts addressing food security through the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty (BCHP).
Sep
14
2021
Preventing the Military’s Top Contagious Disease Challenge
Chris Kearney is developing a prophylactic approach to address the military's No. 1 infectious disease challenge, utilizing peptides to prevent traveler's diarrhea.
Sep
13
2021
Examining COVID-19's Emotional Toll
Results from Baylor Religion Survey Wave 6 data show patterns of negative emotional responses to COVID-19 pandemic.
Sep
9
2021
Baylor Announces New Chair Created for Autism Research
The Vance Masteller Chair within Communication Sciences and Disorders will help to attract and retain a leading scholar researcher who will serve as a leader for the department’s new Autism Clinic.
Sep
2
2021
Work of Daughters in Mother-Daughter Relationships Often Goes Unnoticed
With her latest research, Allison Alford continues to draw attention to what she describes as the underappreciated role of the daughter in American society.
Aug
30
2021
Baylor Researchers Uncovering Improved Approach to Treat Internal Injuries
Linda Olafsen's interdisciplinary research utilizes ultrasound technology and malleable wires to provide medics with improved tools to locate internal injuries.
Aug
25
2021
Lung-on-a-Chip: Analyzing Advanced Materials and Health
At the intersection of toxicology and materials science, Christie Sayes is working to promote health as advanced materials presented uncharted opportunities on airplanes, automobiles and more.
Aug
18
2021
Baylor Water Quality Researcher Part of UN-endorsed Global Estuary Project
Bryan Brooks is a partner of the Global Estuaries Monitoring (GEM) Programme to study environmental pollutants in the estuaries of major cities across the globe.
Aug
5
2021
Baylor Professor Appointed to EPA Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals
George Cobb, professor and chair of environmental science, has been appointed to serve as a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals.
Aug
4
2021
Leigh Greathouse Career Award: Linking Diet and Cancer Treatment
Leigh Greathouse, Ph.D., human sciences and design faculty and cancer survivor, receives $480,000 Department of Defense Career Development Award to study link between diet and colon cancer treatment.
Aug
1
2021
Extending the “Golden Hour” for the Critically Injured
Resuscitative drug to aid individuals injured far from care, patented by Baylor environmental science professor Erica Bruce.
Jul
22
2021
Baylor Recruits Alan Wang, Ph.D., as Mearse Chair in Biological and Biomedical Engineering
Esteemed researcher, inventor, is the University’s first endowed chair hire through the Baylor Academic Challenge; will join Baylor from Oregon State University in 2022.
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.
Jul
12
2021
Diapause as a Tool for Mosquito Suppression
Cheolho Sim, associate professor of biology, has dedicated his research towards suppressing mosquito populations and slowing the spread of disease. He recently earned an NSF grant to untangle the genetic roots of diapause.
Jun
29
2021
Grammar of the Genome
Taking tools and methods from computer science and applying them to solve fundamental biological questions, Mary Lauren Benton opens doors to analyses of DNA's influence on disease.
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.
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