BYU alum Michael Young never dreamed of becoming a university president, much less president of the University of Utah.
Despite war between BYU and the U of U on the playing field, in research the universities have become fast allies.
Geologist Wade Miller found fossils in Mexico that rewrite the history of the Panamanian Isthmus.
See the progress that BYU is making in the pursuit of knowledge.
BYU is contracted to develop new antibiotics, which are being tested on burn victims who are vulnerable to infection.
The Fultons have made contributions of impact campuswide.
Ira Fulton, the Arizona businessman, thinks big. BYU reaps the benefits of his leadership.
A BYU health sciences professor says eating motivation may have more to do with obesity than diet content.
A Team of BYU researchers uses a new method to scribe lines on a silicon surface using an atomic-force microscope.
Professor Keith leads students through the lava fields of Hawaii.
A BYU music professor is applying discoveries in physics to create vocal beauty.
The Benson Institute and the Bumstead families combined with villagers in Ecuador to build a culinary water system.
David Draper's 10 years of research on injury rehabilitation culminated in a national award.
Study shows what shoppers like and dislike about online shopping.
ORCA awarded 238 undergraduate students $1,000 scholarships to fund research projects and other academic ventures.
Killian's name was called as one of five Grand National Finals winners in what is considered the Olympics of opera.
BYU students created mirrors for NASA's IMAGE satellite.
Every year, scores of student engineers take part in similar service projects.
The financial first aid kit teaches studentas how to acquire, budget, and save money for their education.
BYU's web team works to make websites more user friendly for those without sight.
BYU’s “Electric Blue: racer and its student crew were the unexpected winners at the 1999 Tustin Thunder Race.
BYU law professor David Dominguez is trying to do the seemingly impossible--give people a reason to like lawyers.
Senior Mark Solomon designed these disc-shaped pagers as part of BYU's industrial design partnership with Motorola.
Linton Salmon holds a wafer containing 1,200 of the tiny batteries he helped invent.
Wax-disc recordings from the turn of the century preserve performances of a Japanese theater troupe.