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Jani Radebaugh gathers information from Pluto

Jani Radebaugh gathers information from Pluto

Jani Radebaugh, a planetary scientist in the Department of Geological Sciences, shares her most recent discovery of the mysterious Pluto and its Earth-like qualities with BYU. She says, “there’s a wealth of information in the distant reaches of the solar system, too.”...
Playing with Swarms

Playing with Swarms

Hearing Dr. Michael Goodrich talk about his research in human-robot interaction, you might not realize that he works at all. “[Human-robot interaction is] a great place to play,” Goodrich said. “It’s mostly play for me. . . . If it has a human and it has a robot, I am...
Using Math to Understand Your World—And Your Neighbor

Using Math to Understand Your World—And Your Neighbor

Like all math teachers, Professor Kate Johnson of the Mathematics Education Department studies variables. The variables that Johnson examines, however, usually don’t show up on the page. Johnson researches how math teachers understand personal and social identity and...