With innovative production processes, BYU students have given Ecuadorian amputees a new leg to stand on.
How worried should we be about the arrival—and impact—of chatty new AI machines? BYU experts weigh in.
Mauka to Makai
BYU researchers are providing data to help Hawaiian conservationists preserve the fringing reefs of Molokai.
Let Joy Find You
Happiness isn't a destination; it's something that finds you along the way.
Utah Food Lore
Eric Eliason breaks down Utah food traditions like fry sauce, scones, green jell-O, funeral potatoes, and more.
Inspired in the Lab
Chad Pollard and Kelaney Stalker apply epigenetics to projects they are passionate about while working in a BYU lab.
In the battle over facts and fakes, insights and hot takes, how can you become a savvier consumer of information?
Best Foot Forward
Two BYU students teamed up to design and test an upgraded medical boot.
The world's smallest working nerf gun is the size of a fleck of pepper.
Not So Fast, Not So Furious
BYU took first at the Shell Eco-Marathon with a vehicle that could drive from Provo to Atlanta on one gallon.
Three BYU grads turned their literary excavation of England into a love letter to Jane Austen.
On the Moove
BYU students come up with innovative ways to package and market milk.
Faith, Hope, Charity, and Politics
In a time of political divisiveness and despair, how can Latter-day Saints avoid the trap of cynicism?