The College of Life Sciences
Using Microscopic Bugs to Save the Bees
An undergraduate student at BYU has produced a natural way to eliminate American Foulbrood, a deadly disease that kills off honeybee babies (larvae) and leads to hive collapse.
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Under the Surface
Bryan Hopkins, a BYU professor of landscape management, is the researcher behind making BYU’s field capable of withstanding 300-pound stomping linemen, while also making it look beautiful.
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Running as a game?
There's no research that shows that "Zombies, Run!" or any of the other thousands of fitness apps featuring gamification affect long-term healthy behaviors. See why two BYU researchers have their doubts.
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 Restoring Sagebrush Steppe

Restoring Sagebrush Steppe

Dr. Roundy and a number of his students were funded with a group of universities and government research agencies for a project called SageSTEP. The research is a scientific approach to managing the somewhat threatened sagebrush steppe ecosystem, which covers millions of acres in the western U.S.

Prof. David Draper Inducted into Hall of Fame

Prof. David Draper Inducted into Hall of Fame

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association, a nonprofit organization representing and supporting members of the athletic training profession, inducted BYU Exercise Sciences Professor David O. Draper into its prestigious Hall of Fame last week. 

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