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Degrees of Impact

Biology Researcher Seeks New Ways To Target Century-Old Zoonotic Pathogen

In the Zoonotic & Infectious Diseases Research Center, Kai Zhang’s work on <em>Leishmania</em> will continue with new partners.

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Researchers Say Genetics May Determine Wound Infection And Healing

A recent study led by Texas Tech’s Department of Biological Sciences and Natural Science Research Laboratory determined that certain genes are associated with the pathogens that infect chronic wounds and hinder the healing process.

Texas Tech University Named 2020 Chess College Of The Year

As the top collegiate honor presented by the US Chess Federation, the award recognizes the university’s commitment to positively impacting others through chess.

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Message from the President

Something powerful happens every day at Texas Tech.

It reaches far beyond our Texas roots. Our outstanding programs and faculty turn students' passions into pathways to create the future with meaningful results. It's why Texas Tech graduates are often recognized for making lasting change in industries, communities, countries, and even day-to- day life around the globe. Those are the degrees of impact you make when you're a Red Raider.

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