As is the case for many first responders across the nation, the coronavirus pandemic has caused a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). The College of Engineering answered the call to help.
Many experts believe that mixed reality systems will eventually be used in nearly every facet of our lives. BYU's Mixed Reality Lab allows students to explore both augmented reality and virtual reality systems and design mixed reality experiences.
BYU Manufacturing Engineering graduate publishes honors thesis on novel recycling methods for composites
Matt Jacobs graduated this month with a B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology and a minor in Environmental Science. Combining his fields of study, he completed an Honors thesis titled “Novel Methods for Composites Recycling Via Pyrolysis.”
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that BYU would be among the 32 colleges and universities receiving funding from the Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP). BYU is nationally recognized for nuclear energy research, so this isn't the first award students and faculty have received in the field of study. Earlier this year, a team of BYU Chemical Engineering professors received another $800k grant to continue research in clean energy with molten salt reactors.
The Weidman Center-sponsored team won first place in the competition for the second year in a row, maintaining their reputation of excellence in ethics.