BYU's Technology Transfer Office helps get academic discoveries to the marketplace
With the help from the Technology Transfer Office, intellectual property from faculty discoveries are licensed to interested companies or spun out as a new ventures led by professors themselves. Here are five of the newest and most exciting products to come out of BYU in the last year.Read More
Class project pleases Parisian palates with soup
The midterm exam tasted awful, but the final exam had everyone calling for a second helping. Professor Dan Ventura's class created an artificial intelligence program that generates some surprisingly good crockpot recipes.
Watch two teams of dietetics students and Liz Edmunds (The Food Nanny) put the recipes to the test. Then try one of the recipes at home. Read More
Engineering students create chair for young brothers with rare degenerative disease
his past year, five undergraduate mechanical engineering students have designed, manufactured and constructed an inexpensive, lightweight motorized wheelchair specifically for children such as Tanner and Skyler, who have a rare genetic disease.Read More