Syntrichia caninervis (aka seriously awesome desert moss) uses tiny hair-like structures on its leaves to absorb water from the atmosphere until droplets form and flow to the leaf. And sometimes it does it upside-down.
Researchers at BYU have devised a system to speed up the process of making life-saving vaccines for new viruses.
Giving undergraduate students research opportunities is a priority at BYU. Alonzo Cook takes that charge very seriously. Cook, a chemical engineering professor, has 86 undergraduate students working in his lab.
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