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Scientists stress importance of perseverance and flexibility at PPPL’s Young Women’s Conference
Watershed Moment: Key Findings About Potential Drinking Water Contamination
Researchers Contribute to CDF Collaboration at Fermilab on Most Precise Ever Measurement of W Boson Mass that Tests Standard Model
Recalled experiences surrounding death
Researchers discover how molecule becomes anticancer weapon
Study finds new biomarkers that could assist in identifying deep-space flight risks
National Study Examines Link Between Accountability to God, Psychological Well-being
Oncology dietitians rarely ask cancer patients about food insecurity, study finds
Smartphone reminders can improve memory for older adults with dementia
Researchers Receive $2.7 Million Grant from John Templeton Foundation to Study Virtue Formation Across Higher Education Contexts
NSF-funded Study Finds Eolian Dust Systems in Texas and New Mexico to be Current and Future Potent Dust Sources that Impact
Clothes dryers are an underappreciated source of airborne microfibers
Opioid use disorder treatment access increases in areas with large Medicaid population
University of Toronto researcher examines how doing good improves mental health
Paul “Bear” Bryant Awards finalists and conference coaches of year awardees named
Meth use, intimate partner violence weaken immune function in HIV-positive men
Older Adults Can Improve Prospective Memory Functioning Using Smartphone Technology
Smartphone technology may help people with dementia remember daily tasks
Pinniped Craniofacial Musculature Provides Insight on its Role in Aquatic Feeding
Baylor and Harvard Researchers Partner in Long-Term, Global Study of Human Flourishing
Baylor-led Study Analyzes Impact of Covid on Pediatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurses
Baylor-led Study Finds Forest Cover and Runoff Influenced by Freezing Temperatures During Late Paleozoic Ice Age
Prominent Economist Joins Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
Americans Report Pandemic Has Caused Dramatic Negative Toll on Emotions
Baylor Water Quality Researcher Part of UN-endorsed Global Estuary Project
Researchers take step toward next-generation brain-computer interface system
Baylor study evaluates biodiversity impacts of alternative energy strategies
Study Evaluates Biodiversity Impacts of Alternative Energy Strategies
ACS Quality Verification Program will improve quality and safety for all surgical patients
‘Pack Ice’ Tectonics Reveal Venus’ Geological Secrets
Crustal Block Tectonics Offer Clues to Venus’ Geology, Study Finds
Increased Organizational Support for Employees’ Adoption Efforts Yields Positive Benefits
Jay Brown, Dr. Antonio Falcon appointed to Board of Trustees
Music listening near bedtime disruptive to sleep, Baylor study finds
Music Listening Near Bedtime Disruptful to Sleep, Baylor Study Finds
Religiosity and Conspiratorial Beliefs Linked in Baylor Religion Survey Findings
Researchers Introduce 6P Color Imaging System that Could Revolutionize TV, Cinema Storytelling
Baylor study uses candy-like models to make STEM accessible to visually impaired students
Advancing diversity and inclusion in business requires a common language, knowledge
Study Offers Earliest Evidence of Humans Changing Ecosystems with Fire
Tool to predict recidivism in federal inmates could make more prisoners eligible for early release
Researcher Receives $488,000 Grant to Study, Raise Awareness of Ways American Culture Shapes Racial Attitudes and Myths
Workplace Communication Study During Pandemic Finds Managers Should Talk Less, Listen More
Ecological Society of America Honors Baylor Environmental Science Researcher with Sustainability Science Award
ORNL-led team recognized for impactful sustainability research
Researchers Earn Autism Grant Awards from Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Study: What Motivates People to Mask Up, Social Distance, Vaccinate?
United States Ranks Lowest in Overall Policies Aimed at Helping Parents Support Children, Study of 20 Developed Nations Finds