(PhysOrg.com) -- Airlines' accident risk is highest when they are performing very close to their financial targets, according to a study by a professor in BYUs Marriott School of Management.
Parents tend to be careful about what media their children consume and often look to ratings to guide their movie choices. But one symbol might be more powerful than any rating or review—the Disney logo. Heralded by adults ...
Looking for a few quick tips to help you better belt out Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer during this years Christmas caroling? BYU music professor Arden Hopkin has just the thing for you.
Brigham Young University mechanical engineering professors Larry Howell and Spencer Magleby have made a name for themselves by applying the principles of origami to engineering. Now they're applying their origami skills to ...
It's human nature to hate losing. Unfortunately, it's also human nature to overreact to a loss, potentially abandoning a solid strategy and thus increasing your chances of losing the next time around.
Professor Richard Watt and his chemistry students suspected that a common protein could potentially react with sunlight and harvest its energy similar to what chlorophyll does during photosynthesis.
When it comes to watching NFL games in Utah on television, the most popular teams are the Broncos, Cowboys or 49ers.
(Phys.org) —In a basement lab on BYU's campus, mechanical engineering professor Julie Crockett analyzes water as it bounces like a ball and rolls down a ramp.
Use light to transmit music across a room thats the challenge for students in a BYU electrical engineering class.
BYU engineering professors have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire.