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.
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.
The NSA and Department of Homeland Security have designated Baylor as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD), addressing the critical shortage of professionals with cybersecurity skills and highlighting the importance of higher education in cyberspace defense.
Following a nationwide search, Baylor announces the appointment of Daniel J. Pack, Ph.D., dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) and a 2005 Carnegie U.S. Professor of the Year, as dean of the Baylor School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Synthesized in one step, this state-of-art Lewis superacid – that has applications in the production of most common plastics – is more efficient to produce, safer for the environment and could potentially save billions of dollars in manufacturing costs.
The Baylor Ethics Initiative is a community of scholars across campus who engage in purposeful conversation to consider trans-disciplinary ethical issues, and to elevate the role of ethics in their research and teaching.
As they create new materials, build new products or devise ways to measure technology's impact on others, Baylor faculty are motivated by compassion-innovation grounded in the heart of Baylor research.
Top university patent holders ranked in annual report from the National Academy of Inventors and Intellectual Property Owners Association.
Linda Olafsen's interdisciplinary research utilizes ultrasound technology and malleable wires to provide medics with improved tools to locate internal injuries.