Researchers at Brigham Young University have devised a system to speed up the process of making life-saving vaccines for new viruses.
Computer Science undergrad Andrew Wallace has some ideas for managing congested national air space, and NASA likes what they've seen so far from him.
Along the northern edge of the Gulf of Mexico is a 6,000-square mile dead zone of oxygen-depleted water filled with dead plants, dead fish and a damaged ecosystem.
Joshua Bodon is sick of hearing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." More specifically, he's sick of hearing one 25-second clip of the song repeated more than 550 times.
We know that a happy marriage is good for your health and a hostile marriage is not, but what about all the couples in between?
The majority of the United States' poor aren't sitting on street corners. They're employed at low-paying jobs, struggling to support themselves and a family.
Five years ago this summer, a couple drowned in Utah's Jordan River when their kayak capsized going over a small drop in the streambed near Murray. While the drop-off at that location creates a harmless-looking two-foot waterfall, ...
Researchers have sniffed out an unspoken rule among women when it comes to fragrances: Women don't buy perfume for other women, and they certainly don't share them.
This year BYU student Alex Miller has been using Twitter to keep up with a new crop of terrorists.
BYU is a major part of a collaborative team which has just kicked off a massive multidisciplinary effort to combat a threat to global health: the rising prevalence of bacteria that can't be treated by antibiotics.