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Go Ahead, Take the Hard Classes

Go Ahead, Take the Hard Classes

Dr. Pete Roming may now be the director of Southwest Research Institute’s Space Engineering Department, but he still remembers how BYU helped start his career. “Almost every job I have had I can trace back to Brigham Young University,” Roming said. “When I was a grad...
Girls Code!

Girls Code!

During the second week of June, the Joseph Knight Building buzzed with the chatter of forty-one elementary-aged girls. These girls were the first campers to attend BYU’s pilot camp, Girls Code, a four-day coding camp for young girls. “In general, boys have a lot more...
Speed Diagnosis for Sepsis

Speed Diagnosis for Sepsis

The current methods for detecting bacterial infection in the blood and whether those bacteria are resistant to common antibiotics can sometimes take an entire day—which is more time than a patient with sepsis can afford. Dr. Adam Woolley from the chemistry department,...
A Thing of Beauty: Sauropod Vertebrae

A Thing of Beauty: Sauropod Vertebrae

In BYU Magazine’s new YouTube video series, “A Thing of Beauty,” BYU professors and personalities sharing something they consider beautiful. Geological science professor, Dr. Brooks Britt share his thing of beauty: the sauropod...