M. Todd Hollingshead
Luke Skywalker Could Sell Twinkies
A BYU study shows that heroes and villains on packaging affects the types of food you buy.
Who would have thought a compound in chocolate could help treat diabetes?
Speeding Up Vaccine Production
BYU researchers hope to make vaccines more readily available internationally.
Stopping CO2 Cold
BYU professor’s “game changer” may be the solution to CO2 emissions.
People who counted and reduced their bites by 20-30% over a month lost four pounds in a recent BYU study.
Telomeres may be the crystal ball in longevity research.
Four diabetic students lead the way in researching treatments for type 1 diabetes.
This fall BYU’s overall enrollment is down approximately 10 percent due to the increase in missionaries.
Take it slow when transitioning to barefoot running.
Clues about a Supreme Court justice’s motivations in one of the most important decisions in U.S. history found in BYU.
From Bono to David Bowie, reclusive composer La Monte Young has had a remarkable influence on a generation of music.
The ducks at the botany pond will soon have a new neighbor: a Life Sciences Building.