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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...
Cancer research students are finding more discoveries due to the Rex Lee Run

Cancer research students are finding more discoveries due to the Rex Lee Run

BYU graduate Michelle Townsend will never forget watching her healthy, tennis-playing grandmother slowly weaken and pass away from cancer. The subsequent diagnosis of her mother and her grandfather motivated Townsend to enter the cancer research field and discover a cure that will ease, and someday lift, the fight that all patients must go through.

The Science That Enables Other Sciences

The Science That Enables Other Sciences

Lithography, computer chips, and electron microscopes all need particle accelerators. Accelerators are scientific tools that use beams of charged particles to investigate particle physics. But there is a need for accelerators to be cheaper and brighter, and BYU is...