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Grant Madsen


Making Drugs

BYU researchers have taken a major step toward improving the process for at least one important cancer drug.


Less Cutting, More Clicking

BYU computer scientists have developed a software that can transfer MRIs, ultrasounds, and more into 3-D images.

Diving Into Oil
Winter 2006
An expedition to the Caribbean gives geology students clues to the location and nature of oil reservoirs.
Fultons Donate Three New Academic Chairs
Summer 2005
A Cougar Running the Utes
Winter 2005
BYU alum Michael Young never dreamed of becoming a university president, much less president of the University of Utah.
Friends Amid the Feud
Winter 2005
Despite war between BYU and the U of U on the playing field, in research the universities have become fast allies.
An Older Isthmus
Winter 2005
Geologist Wade Miller found fossils in Mexico that rewrite the history of the Panamanian Isthmus.
College Updates
Winter 2005
Fighting the Tough Bugs
Winter 2005
BYU is contracted to develop new antibiotics, which are being tested on burn victims who are vulnerable to infection.
BYU Establishes Mary Lou Fulton Chair
Spring 2004
Ira Fulton: Full of Surprises
Winter 2004
Ira Fulton, the Arizona businessman, thinks big. BYU reaps the benefits of his leadership.
Watch Why You Eat
Fall 2003
Tiny Technique Improves Molecular Manipulation
Spring 2003
The Lava Hunters of Mount Kilauea
Summer 2002
Professor Keith leads students through the lava fields of Hawaii.
The Science of Singing
Spring 2002
Benson Institute Inaugurates Water System in Ecuador
Fall 2002
The Benson Institute and the Bumstead families combined with villagers in Ecuador to build a culinary water system.
Fire and Ice
Fall 2001
Study of Online Shopper Lifestyles and Attitudes
Winter 2001
Fall 2000
Grad Student Wins Metropolitan Opera Competition
Summer 2000
BYU – Built Mirrors Aboard NASA’s IMAGE Satellite
Summer 2000
Loads, Spans, and Smithereens: BYU’s Student Bridge Builders
Spring 2000
Award-Winning Kit Promotes Financial Health
Fall 1999
Web Team Gives Blind Students More Site
Fall 1999
Electric Racing Team Dusts Competitiors
Fall 1999
Law Students Build Community Service Practice
Fall 1999
Rugged Radios, Pagers with Panache: Students Shape Designs for Motorola
Summer 1999
Phenomenal Electrical Power, Itty-Bitty Storage Space
Fall 1998
Linton Salmon holds a wafer containing 1,200 of the tiny batteries he helped invent.
Professor Hears Century-Old Japanese Voices
Fall 1998