$26.5M Award for NSF Engineering Research Center
The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER)
revolutionizes the capture, recovery and recycling of nitrogen-based fertilizers using
byproducts from untapped sources of waste including concentrated animal feeding operations,
municipal wastewater treatment plants and runoff.
The grant from the NSF is the largest in the university's history. It will fund the center for an initial five-year period with the possibility of renewing the grant for five more years and another $25 million.
Growing STEMS Consortium
Gives students in STEM the chance to earn real-world experience & train in professional laboratories.
Fearless Podcast Season 2
Learn about the transformative research going on at Texas Tech and the stories of what motivates those doing the work.
Researchers Work to Meet Needs of Hispanic Students
Texas Tech was designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the Department of Education in 2019.
Astronomers Reveal First Image of Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy
Texas Tech's Alexandra Tetarenko played a vital role in this work.
A Texas Tech lab is on the cutting edge of developing new technology for the city commuter flight industry.
Texas Tech Taking Lead in $1.6M Sorghum Project
Krishna Jagadish leads a team of researchers looking to improve grain sorghum.
Excellence in Entrepreneurship
Princeton Review ranks Texas Tech 12th in the nation & 4th in the Southwest Region for undergraduate entrepreneurial education.
Social Innovation Comes to the Hub
Thanks to Community Foundation support the Social Innovation Challenge is set to make an impact on the Lubbock community.
2022 Prototype Fund Winners
Five startups supporting agricultural technology and faculty or women-owned businesses received awards.
Research by the Numbers
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