Nursing instructor, public health class help implement features in the federal Safe Routes to School initiative, making schoolchildren safer and getting more exercise.
Budding business owners get practical help through a public-private partnership between the City of Fort Worth, the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center and others.
The origins of the bas-relief on our 1940s and ’50s era buildings is a mystery.
From incandescent bulbs mimicking candlepower to fighting invasive species around the globe, TCU researchers are exploring unchartered areas of academia.
Three new Energy Institute labs promise to tease out the unknowns in the Barnett Shale.
As the country struggles to provide the energy we need for a burgeoning population, TCU is chasing solutions.
An electric car gets students thinking about their alternatives.
1. During the Middle to Late Mississippian Age (about 350 million years ago), North Texas was under an ocean. Over the course of millions of years, the ocean dried up and sea creatures died. The mud hardened into rock and the organic matter decomposed and produced methane, the predominant component of natural gas. The methane deposits
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