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Spring 2022

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The Drive to the Lytle Preserve

July 28, 2022
This distant place is close to home.
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College News - Spring 2022

July 28, 2022
News From Our Life Sciences Departments
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Celebrating Women in Science: Kamal Ranadive

July 28, 2022
In 1917, when Kamal Ranadive was born in Pune, India, it was rare for a woman to occupy a seat in the local Fergusson College, especially in the sciences. But lucky for Ranadive, her father, who taught in the biology department, encouraged her to pursue an education. She graduated from Fergusson with a bachelor’s of science in 1934 and continued her education to earn a doctorate in cytology from Bombay University.
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Birds Around the World

July 28, 2022
With the number of natural history collections declining, Skip Skidmore and Randy Larsen recognize the importance of the bird collection at the Bean Life Science Museum.
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Painting with Bacteria: Connecting Art and Science

July 28, 2022
Winners of the Semiannual Agar Art Contests for the 2021-2022 school year, sponsored by the College of Life Sciences Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology (MMBIO).
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Making Waves with Water Security Research

July 28, 2022
Four-year-old Sara Sayedi sits on her mother’s bedroom floor in Iran, flipping through images of colorful monkeys and frigid arctic landscapes. The world comes alive to her through the villages pictured in National Geographic magazines and the detailed maps in atlases. Her mother helps her sound out unfamiliar words like Antarctica. Decades later, Sayedi’s fascination with the natural world continues to grow as she engages in environmental conservation work through research that impacts policymaking.
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Learning From the Land on Lytle Ranch

July 28, 2022
Old, clunky generators from the ’80s sustained just enough power for the lights to flicker on and reveal twin beds on metal frames. It was Christmas Day 2021, and the Leota family had spontaneously packed up all their belongings and driven nearly 300 miles to Utah’s southwestern corner. As they drove, Christmas trees shriveled into cacti, and white snow melted into red dirt.
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Faith, Joy, and Science

July 28, 2022
The following is an abridgment of Dr. Glenn Schiraldi’s presentation given on September 9, 2021, as part of the College of Life Sciences Faith and Science seminar series.
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From Partnership to Patented Research: Undergraduate Student Innovates Gene-Editing Tools

July 21, 2022
It’s not every day that an undergraduate student approaches you with an innovative idea that significantly impacts the field and leads to developing a patented product, a startup company, and published research,” says Jonathon Hill, an associate professor of cell biology at BYU. “[But] I actually think the mentorship aspect is the best story here.”
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Huddled Up for Healing: Working with the Football Team to Address a Degenerative Brain Disease

July 21, 2022
In 2002, the death of legendary NFL center Mike Webster introduced the world to the degenerative brain disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The disease is marked by depression, rage, substance abuse, cognitive dysfunction, and dementia, and diagnoses are rising rapidly among retired football players.
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James Porter: The Mediator's Meaningful Impact

July 21, 2022
At the University of Louisville in Kentucky, a student approached then-professor James Porter and said, “You must be a Christian.” This surprised Porter; he never talked about his religion in the public education sphere. The student continued, “I could tell by the way you act that you must be a Christian.”
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Dean Porter's Last Message

By James Porter
July 21, 2022
I am amazed at how often the work of students from the College of Life Sciences is featured by various campus and off-campus communication outlets. For example, a paper recently published in the journal PLOS One by a group of faculty and students from our Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology was recently the lead article on the BYU homepage and was covered by several local media outlets. These researchers found that the virus responsible for COVID-19 was very unstable when placed on paper money but was more stable when placed on a credit card. This work suggests that our shift to cashless transactions during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to limit the spread of the virus may have been ill-advised.
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Fall 2021

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Moving On and Moving In

March 08, 2022
New Appointments, New Hires, & Retiring
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College News

March 01, 2022
MMBIO, BIO, CELL BIO, PWS, EXSC, NDFS, PH
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The Unicorn of the Arctic

March 01, 2022
Life Sciences Museum
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Can You Age Out of Exercising?

March 01, 2022
Exercise Science
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Celebrating Women in Science: Jane Goodall

March 01, 2022
A notebook in one hand and binoculars in the other, twenty-six-year-old Jane Goodall left England and arrived in modern-day Tanzania to observe chimpanzees in their natural habitat. Her arrival in the Gombe Stream National Park was intimidating for her as she set out to study the huge, furry chimps by living in harmony with them. Even now at eighty-seven years old, Goodall still studies chimpanzees and advocates for wildlife conservation around the world.
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The Dangers of Dopamine

March 01, 2022
Neuroscience/Cell
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Dean's Message

By James Porter
March 01, 2022
I could also ask, "How does knowledge gained through spiritual means fit into the equation?” It is true that science relies on knowledge that is gained by observation using one or more of our special senses.
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Go Forth to Serve: Dr. Candace McNaughton

February 24, 2022
Alumni Spotlight
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Failing Forward: Unearthing Success

February 24, 2022
Microbiology & Molecular Biology
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Propagating Innovation and Inspired Research

January 20, 2022
Plant & Wildlife Sciences
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The Garden of Scientific Perspectives

January 11, 2022
The following is an abridgment of Dr. Kimmerer’s original speech given in January 2021 at the BYU College of Life Sciences Seminar Series and sponsored by the Department of Biology.
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Spring 2021

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A Tribute to Lee Braithwaite

July 26, 2022
Our Counselor, Friend, and Role Model
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Catalyst for Change

July 22, 2022
Bringing Focus to Diversity in the College of Life Sciences
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Celebrating Women In Science: Margaret Liu

July 26, 2022
Margaret Liu grew up with a determined mother who shaped her into a tenacious scientist. Liu’s mother faced racial prejudice as a Chinese immigrant, so she encouraged her children to work hard in school and provided them with music lessons to ensure unique opportunities. She would often tell Liu, “To whom much is given, much is expected,” reminding her that she was held to a high standard.
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College News Spring 2021

July 26, 2022
News From Our Life Sciences Departments
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Covid Contributions

July 26, 2022
Inspiring Learning Through a Pandemic: How the College of Life Sciences Took Initiative
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Dean's Message

By James Porter
September 14, 2021
ONE OF THE COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES’ PRIORITIES is to support the university’s strategic objective to advance student-centered research and scholarship in the light of President Worthen’s Inspiring Learning initiative.
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Faith and Science

July 26, 2022
Five Tips to Faithfully Approach the Intersection Between Faith and Science
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Life Under Ice: Profiles and Pictures

July 22, 2022
Alder Dillman
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Neuroscience Heads Home

September 20, 2021
EVERY FIVE YEARS SINCE ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN 1999, the neuroscience major has alternated between the College of Life Sciences and the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences. However, as of July 1, 2021, students and faculty will no longer need to adjust to the rotating administration as the Neuroscience Center will permanently reside in the College of Life Sciences.
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What's in a Name?

July 21, 2022
PDBio Evolves Into Cell Biology and Physiology
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Fall 2020

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Offering Expert Advice

January 06, 2021
As the COVID-19 virus spread around the globe, BYU reached out to faculty in the College of Life Sciences to answer scientific questions that could aid administration in the decision-making process.
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Dean's Message

By James Porter
January 12, 2021
Artwork promotes social interactions, elicits emotional responses, facilitates personal connection-making, enhances the workplace environment, and fosters learning. Dean James Porter reflects on the importance of artwork in creating a temple of learning.
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Atmosphere of Faith

New artwork added to the Life Sciences Building creates an environment of peace. Further reflection on the paintings provides context and meaning.
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Filtering Out Campus's COVID

January 13, 2021
Making thirteen stops three times a week and testing a whole lot of wastewater, these undergraduate students track the COVID-19 cases on BYU campus and in Utah County.
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From Insect Sampling to COVID Testing

January 13, 2021
In Dr. Paul Frandsen’s lab, BYU College of Life Sciences student Andrew Sheffield filtered countless jars of environmental DNA. He had no idea that his hours of work and eye for detail would provide him with the skills to contribute to his community and make a difference during a world-wide pandemic.
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Embracing Uncertainty

April 08, 2021
BYU College of Life Sciences Alumni Achievement Award Recipient Dustin Freckleton shares his thoughts on embracing uncertainty—learning to not only cope with but also thrive in the unknown.
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Celebrating Women in Science

In 1920, the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote and propelled society towards progress in social and economic equality. In honor of this monumental 100-year anniversary, the College of Life Sciences is proud to showcase some of the women who have made valuable contributions to the life sciences.
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Spring 2020

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Dean's Message

By James Porter
June 29, 2020
We are all familiar with the slogan located at the west entrance of BYU, “The World is Our Campus.” Nothing epitomizes this idea more than our college’s international programs and research collaborations. I hope you enjoy reading about some of these international experiences in this edition of the magazine.
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Department News

July 03, 2020
Student and faculty news from the School of Life Sciences and the Bean Museum.
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Dr. Gary Booth: A Lifelong Legacy

July 03, 2020
While at BYU, Dr. Gary Booth taught a wide range of subjects. Students and faculty alike appreciated Booth and his impact on the college.
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Feeding the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky

June 29, 2020
Improving lives in Mongolia
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Inspiring Learning Around the World

Experiences around the world provide impactful learning opportunities for Life Sciences students.
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The Huntsman World Senior Games

June 29, 2020
They come from around the world. From Russia, Japan, Australia, and every state in America, more than 11,000 senior athletes converge in Utah to participate in the Huntsman World Senior Games, an annual international athletic competition for men and women age 50 and up.
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When Plans Don't Fly

June 29, 2020
“It’s game time. My job is the drone. I am supposed to map it, track it, and make sure that nothing goes wrong. We need this imagery data — it is 100 percent necessary. Our whole proposal and internship are based on the data that I am to collect.
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Fall 2019

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Can Stories Save Lives?

By Emma Gee
July 27, 2019
The year was 1966, and I was seated at my desk in Mrs. Ross’s third grade classroom when my mouth began to fi ll with saliva faster than I could swallow it.
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Classroom Evolution

By Amelia Mecham
July 27, 2019
New Technology, A New Generation, and a New Future
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Dealing with Uncertainty: Dean's Message

By James Porter
July 27, 2019
From the beginning of human existence, people have been asking the question, “What is truth?”
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Dustin Freckleton

By Amelia Mecham
July 27, 2019
"I've had to learn to live in and stare in that abyss of uncertainty and find the grit to keep moving forward."
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In the Spotlight: Public Health

By Emma Gee
July 27, 2019
Public health team members receive their first place awards for the case study competition.
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Landscape Management Has Done it Again!

By Amelia Mecham
July 27, 2019
The college’s landscape management majors recently won their third-straight national championship and their seventh national title since 2003.
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