A group of BYU students has devised an innovative technological device to keep you and your fellow outdoor enthusiasts in touch while in nature: A tiny two-way radio that connects to your phone or headphones via Bluetooth.
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.
"Anthony is definitely a self-effacing man more concerned about lifting others than himself. But I am impressed with his efforts and his ability to contribute to four different papers in his short tenure in our lab. It is a new record for us."