Dr. R. Graham Cooks presented the ninth annual Reed M. Izatt and James J. Christensen Lecture at BYU with two presentations on mass spectrometry.
Parents pushing strollers, runners donning short shorts, BYU basketball players dressed as Batman, and countless others all gathered at the starting line of the annual Rex Lee Run on March 11, 2017.
Biochemistry graduate student Diana Saavedra won the People’s Choice Award for the 3MT university-wide competition on March 9, 2017, in the BYU Varsity Theatre.
For a thousand years, Hittite chariots rolled through the Middle East, injecting the empire’s influence into what is now present-day Turkey and Syria. The Hittite Empire’s success can be largely attributed to one thing—metal resources.
Hordes of pie-loving students gathered in front of the Wilkinson Student Center on March 14 to celebrate the day that shares its name with the world’s most famous number—3.14… .