In a new article, a team of 17 faculty members from across the US examines how the pandemic amplifies gender inequity and proposes novel solutions
When teaching identical online courses, a woman receives harsher comments and lower scores than a man
A new study led by Texas Tech’s Natasja van Gestel shows the complicated relationship between soil carbon and global warming
Naima Moustaid-Moussa, an obesity researcher at Texas Tech, received an NIH grant to examine healthy brown fat and how it can be activated
The researchers have demonstrated a cost-effective alternative for inspecting cargo containers entering U.S. ports
Brad Johnson, an expert on skeletal muscle growth in cattle, helped lead a study examining ways to increase marbling in beef without increasing overall fatness.
The researchers’ work shows the men most likely to use energy drinks to boost their performance are losing sleep because of their consumption
Kristi Gaines and Su Shin found a gap in research related to clothing designed specifically to help children with autism cope with their environments.
Texas Tech researchers are beginning to understand how antibiotic-resistant bacteria travel aerially.
Salmonella Lubbock will provide new avenues for research into the bacteria’s prevention.