Materials Science has played a pivotal role in defining modern society. Our methods of communication, such as computers, smart phones, HD televisions, and other communication systems, rely heavily on advances that have sprung from materials research, as do safety advances in methods of travel, like automobiles and airplanes. Learn more about Baylor materials science research.
Space junk may soon have a new lease on life, thanks to researchers from Baylor University’s School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) and other entities, through $3 million NSF grant.
Baylor partners with the City of Waco to pilot a near-zero emission, multi-fuel combustor that transforms local waste with minimal processing into ultra-clean energy.
“Collaboration for a Higher Purpose” highlights the Baylor’s distinct Christian mission and the culture of collaboration across the University that continues to elevate Baylor’s research output and impact
Top university patent holders ranked in annual report from the National Academy of Inventors and Intellectual Property Owners Association
Leading interdisciplinary materials science researcher joins Baylor from the Colorado School of Mines, with a focus on innovative research and teaching in the area of materials science.
In a database compiled by Stanford University, 35 current or retired Baylor faculty members appear among the top 2% of the most-cited researchers across 22 disciplines.
Baylor's R1 status is far more than an elite club or glossy résumé item. It positions Baylor to have a significant impact around the world. Baylor faculty explain what that means to them in Baylor Magazine.
From the very beginning, the dream of Baylor University as an internationally recognized, preeminent Christian research university was audacious. Learn more about Baylor's vision and path to research growth.