Ph.D. student Jake Merrell and his mentors have developed a smartfoam that can be placed inside a football helmet to more accurately test the impact and power of hits. The nano composite foam can help diagnose concussions.
Dining Services has announced that effective today it will begin offering caffeinated soft drinks on BYU’s campus.
Stone Cold Sober factory tour
It’s not uncommon for people to poke fun at the fact that BYU embraces the quirky rank where other universities might shun such an award, but this year’s celebration was a prime example of why we celebrate the ranking. 
BYU Young Company presents The Glorious Story Emporium
Oct. 4 marks BYU Young Company's first of 10 improvised performances based on fairytale elements
BYU computer science team
A team of BYU computer scientists is teaching artificial intelligence agents how to interact with the world in a way that makes sense.
Elder Richard J. Maynes speaks at a BYU Devotional on September 19, 2007
Elder Richard J. Maynes, General Authority Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spoke about developing a mindset focused on serving others.
BYU campus with mountains
Student education records at BYU are generally accessible to eligible students according to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). 
In 2011, a group of mechanical engineering students built a human-powered drill to dig water wells as part of a senior capstone course. The project seemed promising, but little did they know how life-changing it would become.