National Geographic devotes two-page illustration to Baylor research
Readers of National Geographic found the above two-page graphic based on Baylor research in the midst of the April 2010 issue, focused on water and aquatic issues. (Click here or on the image above for a larger version.)
Of course, Baylor Proud readers knew of the research long ago, but to have a magazine with the prestige and circulation (8.5 million) of National Geographic devote two full pages to the work of Baylor researchers (in this case, a team led by Dr. Bryan Brooks and Dr. Kevin Chambliss) is high praise indeed for the work being done here in Waco.
Sic ’em, Baylor researchers!