September 5, 2016
The group, along with partner Paragon Space Development Corporation, has constructed a way to efficiently and economically convert wastewater to drinking water.
Texas Tech University scientists have brought the wind power industry one step closer to its potential with the creation of a system to measure wind flow and control turbine-to-turbine interaction for maximum power generation.
Greg McKenna hopes to discover how the thin film’s properties change beyond the relationship to reduced glass transition temperatures seen in ultrathin films.
(VIDEO) The National Wind Institute's Debris Impact Facility (DIF) at Texas Tech University has received its ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).
(VIDEO) A Texas Tech University faculty member can take credit for the idea that led to NASA’s newest discovery. Tom Maccarone proposed searching for radio waves instead of X-rays.
Researchers in mass media and autism education found young children who watch “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” learn empathy and other school readiness skills.
Naima Moustaid-Moussa, who recently accepted an NIH appointment to review grant applications, is a leading researcher in the causes of obesity.
(VIDEO) Meditation has long been promoted as a way to feel more at peace. But research from a Texas Tech University faculty member shows it can significantly improve attention, working memory, creativity, immune function, emotional regulation, self-control, cognitive and school performance and healthy habits while reducing stress.
The study, conducted by Media & Communication professor Eric Rasmussen, shows those who regularly watch the daytime show intend to seek help for mental health issues.
The ocean floor contains secrets about the Earth that have never been revealed, but a group of scientists, including a Texas Tech University researcher, hopes to change that.
The Office of the Vice President for Research is dedicated to developing new technologies for a better world. From the study of the smallest nanoparticles to comprehensive wind power systems, from research in autism and addiction, to our pioneering work in STEM education, our researchers are finding ways to solve problems, improve lives and find new solutions to the world’s critical needs.Twitter