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Scientists Find New Way to Upgrade Natural Gas

Posted: Mar 13, 2014

Dr. Daniel Ess featured in the news for his study on natural gas. 

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Dr. Macedone Recognized by the University Accessibility Center

Posted: Mar 04, 2014

Each year, the University Accessibility Center recognizes two faculty members for extraordinary service to BYU students with disabilities. This year, department member Jeffrey H. Macedone and G. Bruce Schaalje of the Statistics Department were selected.

The award winners were honored at the UAC’s Annual Awards Banquet in the Wilkinson Student Center where a donation was made to the college of each recipient to fund student mentoring experiences.

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Dr. Ess Receives Faculty Young Scholar Award

Posted: Mar 04, 2014

Ess was nominated because of his excellent teaching style and his remarkable level of productivity in research.

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Finding a Target for Tumor Suppression

Posted: Feb 03, 2014

Dr. Barry Willardson and his team study proteins that may suppress cancerous tumors.

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Ironing Out the Differences

Posted: Jan 29, 2014

Dr. Richard Watt works to fight Alzheimer's and Diabetes with a new model for ferritin iron loading. 

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Dr. Matthew C. Asplund receives Nichols-Butler University Citizen Award

Posted: Nov 20, 2013

Dr. Matthew C. Asplund was awarded the Nichols-Butler University Citizenship Award on October 29, 2013, which recognizes a faculty member that exemplifies having balance between religious commitment, academic achievement and education in the broadest sense.

The late Eliot Butler and his wife Ann set up the award to recognize the contributions of Professor Joseph Nichols and to honor a faculty member in the department who has demonstrated a clear understanding of and dedication to the ...

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Revelations in Science

Posted: Nov 06, 2013

Science and religion are often pitted against each other as enemies. But at this semester’s Education in Zion lecture held on October 23, Dr. Joshua Price explained that spiritual revelation is actually the key to scientific discovery.

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Turning Up the Heat

Posted: Nov 06, 2013

Dr. Scott Burt and collaborators at UCLA develop an MRI technique that produces a temperature map of gases in heterogeneous reactions. 

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