Stories from chemistry:
The Emerald Ash Borer is eating its way across America. Next stop? Utah. But not if BYU biologists can do something about it.
Chemistry Professor Daniel Ess was looking for a local and rigorous summer science camp to enroll his 10-year-old daughter in when he encountered a problem—there weren’t any.
Smashing into a solid wall at 670 miles per hour doesn’t even leave a mark.
BYU Chemistry professor Daniel Austin and his graduate students are learning just how hard it can be to kill bacteria.
A team of BYU researchers have designed a portable version of a device used to identify chemicals in different liquids that can better aid doctors, police, and environmental studies.
Researchers at Brigham Young University have developed a fuel cell – basically a battery with a gas tank – that harvests electricity from glucose and other sugars known as carbohydrates.