BYU Research

Letters
Linking Families 
Family history gets faster as economics professor Joseph P. Price (BA ’03) and a team of skilled students run the Record

People

Utah Food Lore

Eric Eliason breaks down Utah food traditions like fry sauce, scones, green jell-O, funeral potatoes, and more.

Research

Pillars of a Happy Life

Positive psychologist Dan J. Daley (PhD ’98) helps people answer the age-old question: how can I be happy?

Research

Disinfomania

In the battle over facts and fakes, insights and hot takes, how can you become a savvier consumer of information?

Sciences
Food Insecurity at College
Food insecurity at college is more prevalent than in the general population, says BYU researcher Rickelle Richards.

Family

No Technoference, Please!

Parents’ unhealthy social-media habits may put their children at risk.

Research

Small Picture, Big Picture

A BYU professor pioneered new way to look at the building blocks of life.

Students

Bone-Rumbling Sound

The sound of the Artemis I launch, with its snaps and pops, was like “40 million bowls of crackling Rice Krispies."

Arts
See Also: Inspiring Stewardship
Three sources for building a sense of stewardship and appreciation for the earth, recommended by BYU professor.

Research

Austen Found

Three BYU grads turned their literary excavation of England into a love letter to Jane Austen.

Campus

Memory Preserves 

A BYU student takes inspiration from preserving apricot jam to create art that lasts.

Faculty

Faith, Hope, Charity, and Politics 

In a time of political divisiveness and despair, how can Latter-day Saints avoid the trap of cynicism?