Stories from chemistry:
New research from a BYU and Chevron Phillips team could help open doors to tackle “grand challenges in catalysis chemistry.”
Researchers from Utah State, BYU and University of Liege have learned that fibers bent at a certain angle can hold a lot more water than you would expect.
Researchers at BYU are the first to 3D-print a viable microfluidic device small enough to be effective at a scale much less than 100 micrometers.
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.
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