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BYU engineers create Batman-like device for Air Force competition

by BYU News | Opinions & Features

The Dark Knight uses some pretty cool technology. A fan favorite is a gun that shoots a grappling hook, wit...


Science and faith discussion evolving to a place of harmony

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

As a young boy, Dixon Woodbury remembers catching giant bugs in the Seattle woods with his friends, eagerly...


BYU professor's critique of climate change model contributes to journal editor's resignation

by Deseret News | Everything Else

A BYU professor's criticism, along with other critiques of a climate change model published in a scientific...

LDS patriarch pens evolution book

by The Daily Herald | Opinions & Features

Howard Stutz had the most varied life of any man I’ve ever known. A Golden Gloves boxing champ, coach, high...


Scientists still searching for 'God particle'

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Creation is at the center of religion, and it is also at the center of a search, not for God, but for the "...


Scientists want to have more children, study shows

by Deseret News | Everything Else

A new study shows that scientists at the nation's top 20 research programs wish they could have had more ch...

Shuttle launches BYU student-designed circuit into space

by BYU News | Everything Else

When the shuttle Endeavor launched Monday morning there was a little bit of BYU on board. A BYU research te...


Space Religion: Mormonism and the final frontier

by Discovery News | Opinions & Features

You can argue that religion is just another childish thing that an interplanetary species should leave behi...


Church launches second solar-powered meetinghouse

by Newsroom | Everything Else

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints unveiled its first-ever solar-powered meetinghouse in the N...


LDS apostles sought truth in science and religion

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Elders James E. Talmage and John A. Widtsoe, two LDS apostles, knew a thing or two about science. Before th...