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Quey Hebrew Lecture: Sustaining a Metallic Society

Quey Hebrew Lecture: Sustaining a Metallic Society

Over two hundred years ago, the world began to change. Massive, metal machinery replaced human hands to increase manufacturing efficiency. Factories cut into small-town skylines as our dependency on metals became increasingly apparent. But how have we been able to...
BYU Alum Uncovers “Nessie’s” Bones in Utah

BYU Alum Uncovers “Nessie’s” Bones in Utah

BYU alum Dave Alderks likes to say that everything he needed to know to be a paleontologist he learned in kindergarten. “You learn how to play in the dirt, play well with others, and color in the lines,” Alderks said. Of course, there’s so much more to it than that,...
Prehistoric “Buzzsaw Killer” Comes to BYU

Prehistoric “Buzzsaw Killer” Comes to BYU

America loves a good shark story.  The country’s obsession with the frightening fish has been manifested by its love of Jaws, Shark Week, and four full-length Sharknado films. Little do Utahns know, the state has its own shark story–kind of. Hundreds of millions of...