BYU mechanical engineering senior Carlie Shields doesn’t let being a woman in a male-dominated major hold her back . Shields is studying mechanical engineering with a focus in aerospace and isn’t going to let anything get in the way of her dream to build airplanes.
Caleb Lystrup set up his hammock last June as the heat of the day transitioned to a chilly desert night. With one extra sleeping bag, it only made sense for him to wrap it around the outside of his hammock to trap his body heat. That night is when his idea for Khione Outdoor Gear was born.
Law enforcement may soon have better protection thanks to BYU engineers and the ancient Japanese art of paper folding.
BYU professors’ research have led to many new technologies and inventions and over 19 startup businesses throughout the country in the past year, according to the Technology Transfer office director Mike Alder.
The social media industry is expanding and an increasing number of jobs are becoming available for journalism graduates.
Two BYU students developed the Lunchbox app in 2013 as a fun way to let students know about free food on campus, but four years later they are making a greater impact than they ever foresaw.