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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...
Exciting Stars, Exciting Times, Exciting Research

Exciting Stars, Exciting Times, Exciting Research

David neilsen and eric hirschmann have spent years studying binary partnerships that are millions, even billions, of light years away in the universe—and those binary partnerships echo their personal partnership, both as friends and as research colleagues. Neilsen and...
Sounds to Astound

Sounds to Astound

Sound can be sensational. BYU’s student chapter of the Acoustical Society of America is once again hosting its annual Sounds to Astound event to demonstrate the depth of physics and sound. Sounds to Astound shows will be presented to audiences by BYU students using...
BYU-Created Mini Tool has Massive Potential

BYU-Created Mini Tool has Massive Potential

BYU researchers have created a miniaturized, portable version of a tool now capable of analyzing Mars’ atmosphere — and that’s just one of its myriad possible uses. For decades mass spectrometers have offered a relatively fast and highly sensitive way to analyze and...