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Have a Business Idea? New Student Organization is Here to Help

TTIME provides innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Texas Tech Breaks Ground on Research and Technology Park

(VIDEO) This project will provide academic and business opportunities with the private sector.

Science Organization Honored for Fifth Straight Year

Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science wins role model awareness award.

Texas Tech Climbs U.S. News and World Report Rankings

Overall, the university moves up five spots among public and private universities.

What is the Economic Impact of Oil, Gas in Permian Basin?

Texas Tech commissioned for report revealing an industry generating billions of dollars.

Texas Tech, Community Officials Celebrate National Designation

(VIDEO) School recently was named an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

Saving Lives in Africa

Professors help Malawian village combat iron deficiency with a sustainable goat production program.

Bad dog? Professor Develops Smelly Tool to Stop That!

(VIDEO) Texas Tech professor discovers a pig pheromone that can stop dogs from barking, jumping.

Professor Co-Authors Paper Challenging Employee-Retention Practices

Report shows reasons employees leave can’t necessarily be applied across the board.

STEM-CORE Program Announces 21 Newly Named Affiliate Faculty

STEM Center for Outreach, Research and Education (STEM-CORE) widens ability to help community.

Wal-Mart Foundation Funds Research that Could Improve Denim Dyeing Method

Texas Tech’s Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute was awarded the $470,000 grant.

Researchers: Blood-Sucking Eyeworm Culprit to Quail Decline

The Texas Tech-led study, was part of the multi-million dollar Operation Idiopathic Decline.

Wind Researchers Release Findings on Failed Shelter Door Struck by Arkansas Tornado

They remind consumers to trust only those building materials tested to withstand high tornadic winds.

Cultivating a Brand New Field

Thanks to a USDA grant, two professors are teaching farmers, ranchers how to better utilize the Internet.

Nuclear Energy Expert Trying to Develop Clean, Safe Technology

Ning Li of the Xiamen University School of Energy Research in China shares thoughts with faculty, students.

Professors Help Spread Message on Importance of HPV Vaccination

Autumn Shafer, Rebecca Ortiz focused more on communications than medical in their research.

Researchers: New Oil-Absorbing Cotton Mat Holds 50 Times Its Weight

Texas Tech scientists say nonwoven cotton could become new picker-upper for oil spills.

Texas Tech Announces Research Investment from Deer Breeders Corporation

The investment will support the white-tailed deer and cervids research program.

Graduate School Honors High-Quality Theses and Dissertations

The awards recognize the quality of work by Texas Tech’s graduate students.

Rawls College of Business Alumnus Launches Innovative Resource Website

AbridgeME provides a summary of any current topic in an easily digestible form.