The Tangible and Intangible Values of Great Public Research Universities
Vice President for Research Dr. Taylor Eighmy discusses the changing nature of national research universities and opportunity present for Texas Tech.
Maximum Green in Minimal Space
Multidisciplinary project creates prefabricated, sustainable cabin to test sustainable architecture.
Researchers Discover 'Great-Grandmother' of Crocodiles
The newly discovered crocodile came on the scene about the same time as dinosaurs began evolving.
Toxicologists confront questions concerning the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, one year later.
Texas Tech University Creates New Neuroimaging Institute
The Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute is a multi-discipline, multi-user, cutting-edge facility for neuroimaging research.
MOON Project Shines for Teachers and Students Around the World
The College of Education facilitates 4-8 graders in worldwide moon log.
Pacific Sperm Whales Exposed to Pollutants
Biomarkers for contamination are highest in animals near Galapagos Island’s marine reserve.
Professor Recovers Data from Apollo Missions
Geosciences expert Seiichi Nagihara is helping NASA restore and reanalyze data received from the moon.
Guest Column: Provost Dr. Bob Smith
Provost Dr. Bob Smith welcomes all visitors to Discoveries, the new research magazine of Texas Tech University, and discusses the importance of research, scholarship and creative activity at the university.