The Erying Science Center was a flurry of sights, colors and sounds last Saturday during BYU’s ninth annual Astrofest as hundreds of local children and parents participated in astronomy and physics themed games and activities.
BYU’s mechanical engineering department built a vehicle more keen on overall distance than it is on speed. One of the mechanical engineering major’s capstones is the super mileage vehicle, or a car that can go a great distance using very little fuel.
In defense of peer-reviewed science Last week, BYU’s student newspaper, The Universe, printed a full-page…
A new BYU study is hoping to help the hunger crisis and bridge borders between countries.
Move over R2-D2, there’s a new droid on campus. The BYU Mars Rover team is developing a new rover that can not only traverse the harsh terrain of Mars, but also navigate itself.
The Summerhays Lecture is an annual event bringing together two unlikely subjects — faith and evolution — but biology professor Steven Peck said the two are not mutually exclusive.