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By Tyler Stahle June 13, 2021
BYU geography professor Matt Bekker says record-breaking temperatures certainly contribute to Utah's water problem through evaporation, but the less-noticeable warming trend over months and years is the bigger problem. Most of the last 20 years have been drought years. Read Full Story
By Todd Hollingshead June 10, 2021
Adia Cardona is a 10-year-old violinist who has exceptional skill for her age and determination to match it. The young Provo girl also has just one hand. Read Full Story
By Jenna Knaupp June 08, 2021
Steven Harper, professor of Church history and doctrine, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. He spoke on how learning about narratives and metacognition has helped him become a seeker of truth. Read Full Story
June 07, 2021
Cougar Queries are a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Steven Harper, professor of Church history and doctrine. Read Full Story
June 04, 2021
Cougar Queries are a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Wayne Martin, head of the BYU Flooring and Upholstery Shop. Read Full Story
By Todd Hollingshead May 27, 2021
A BYU professor and his team have built the world’s most power-efficient high-speed analog-to-digital converter (ADC) microchip. An ADC is a tiny piece of technology present in almost every electronic piece of equipment that converts analog signals (like a radio wave) to a digital signal.
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May 27, 2021
Cattani will begin her tenure as the executive director on July 1 and will replace Steve Smith. Read Full Story
By Trevor Jones May 25, 2021
Chris Crowe, English professor at Brigham Young University, delivered Tuesday’s forum address. He discussed the ongoing genre-bending of young adult novels and how flexible perceptions of these genres, or commonly accepted essential traits, can generate more creative literature. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen May 25, 2021
For the past 10 years, BYU nursing professor and certified sexual assault examiner Julie Valentine has helped put Utah at the forefront of making touch DNA evidence collection a standard practice in groping cases.
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