BYU Capstone team develops the “impossible” to help therapists working with children diagnosed with autism
The team of Mechanical and Electrical and Computer Engineering students created a pair of glasses that displays in-lens animations to help with attentiveness and eye contact development.
BYU Information Technology receives $24.5K National Science Foundation RAPID grant to research human-AI teaming in emergency response
The grant will be used to research human-AI teaming through social media in emergency response during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BYU Chemical Engineering is awarded $4.6M from the United States Department of Energy, with an additional $1.2M in external funding to research CO2 power cycles.
BYU software predicts the rise and fall of every river on earth; agencies like NASA are using it to save lives worldwide
Water modeling software created by BYU researchers can predict the rise and fall of every river on the face of the planet. Those streamflow forecasts are now being made available to agencies worldwide to deal with water emergencies.
Dean Michael Jensen and former BYU Engineering faculty David Arnold win regional Entrepreneur of the Year® award
Michael Jensen, dean of the BYU Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, along with his business partner, former BYU Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty member David Arnold, have been named Entrepreneur of the Year® region winners by Ernst & Young.