Michael D. Smart
How to Beat Free
BYU authors research and give advice on possible responses to business competition.
Building a Better Brick
BYU students used their love of Legos to design inexpensive housing for Kenyans living in huts made from mud and sticks.
5 Skills For Finding Big Ideas
Top CEOs spend 50 percent more time doing these five things than their less creative counterparts.
BYU Prof Among Top 100 Global Thinkers
A BYU scholar is among Foreign Policy magazine’s “Top 100 Global Thinkers."
How Tara Westover went from a rural Idaho town to BYU, Cambridge, and back again.
Spencer Nugent won the most prestigious award given to industrial design students.
We can all breathe a little easier thanks to two decades of research by BYU’s Arden Pope.
The planetarium’s projector can show the positions of stars and planets as seen from any earthly location.
BYU Professor endorses tapping vast computing power to fill in missing branches of the tree before species go extinct.
A BYU researcher and writer explores the post-expedition lives of Corps of Discovery members.
A BYU philosophy student is chosen from 600 nominees for USA Today's 2004 All-USA Academic First Team.
The newly analyzed mask adds another 25 signs to the Isthmian "alphabet."
Tiny particles of pollutants significantly increase the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease in the US.
Sites and his students collaborate with scientists to trace the genetic histories of 150 species of scaly creatures.
BYU chemist Dan Simmons has unlocked a secret of painkillers.
Premarital education is a good investment for couples who are serious about preparing for a lifelong marriage.
A new BYU study found the first time an organism has been shown to re-evolve a complex trait.
Using BYU‘s supercomputers, Long studies iceburgs.
A new study by a BYU economist found that removing trade barriers in 4 key nations would improve the US economy.
It turns out that the health of your spouse is as strong a predictor for your own health.
A study by Daniel Simmons may have uncovered the enzyme the drug affects.
Sometimes scored for the company he keeps, Jack Sites has warmed others' interest in cold-blooded creatures.
Rediscovered by the outside world in 1812, much of Petra's history is only now being uncovered by BYU's David Johnson.
Parents can make a difference in helping their children avoid smoking. Here's how...
Guess which school’s students are at the highest risk of smoking?
The US Supreme Court upholds air quality standards based on two studies by a Brigham Young University professor.
Bergeson and Peatross use lasers to achieve unique effects on the atomic level.
BYU entomologist Michael Whiting netted a prestigious research award.
The papers, some of which date back to the 16th century, were scattered during World War II.
Bennett has been able to turn back the evolutionary clock to a time when beetles’ ancestors had many legs.
Two professors’ earth-shaking research has a global impact.
BYU's William W. Winder has identified the key enzyme involved in triggering glucose absorption.
BYU professor leads on the effort to restore the Provo River.
The 42-member choir is BYU's elite choral group spreading the joy of music all over the world.
Sites’ revolutionary research on species divergence has brought him international acclaim.
The impact of maternal age at birth is the first of many areas that researchers will explore.
Replacing the Family Science Department, the School of Family Life will be home to BYU's 37 family science scholars.