The College of Life Sciences
Figure 8: Skaters feel eight times their body weight when they land a jump
Figure skaters have never been able to get an accurate picture of the impact of their leaps on ankles and feet, but two BYU professors are developing a novice device to calculate it.
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BYU Biologist Receives White House's Top Young Faculty Distinction
BYU professor Joel Griffitts was awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, becoming the third BYU faculty member to receive the distinction.
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Study of Newborn Fawns Seeks Insight Into Population Declines
BYU wildlife biologists are working with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on a large-scale, four-year project to identify reasons for mule deers' population decline.
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National championship title goes to BYU landscape management students

National championship title goes to BYU landscape management students

A group of undergraduate landscape management students from BYU has won the national championship title from the National Collegiate Landscape Competition.

BYU public health students take first place in national competition

BYU public health students take first place in national competition

A group of undergraduate public health students from BYU has won first place at the Society of Public Health Education’s Undergraduate Case Study Competition.

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