News Archive

Pinpointing Utah highway hotspots on the road to zero fatalities

Three BYU researchers are behind the wheel of a new effort to help the Utah Department of Transportation come closer to the goal of zero fatalities on Utah highways. 

New infrared technique aims to remotely detect dangerous materials

BYU research advances a technology to monitor nuclear production.

Dr. Franke was invited to join the the NSF-funded C-UAS

Joe’s Valley Reservoir Dam in Central Utah. We developed this entire model from about 3 minutes of video.

Students and Faculty attend the UDOT Annual Conference

Dr. Guthrie and students prepare to head to the UDOT Annual Conference.

Dr. Henry (Hank) Christiansen retires

Renowned civil engineering professor retires after nearly 50 years of service

- Melanie Brook

Liquefaction Research From BYU Being Used to Rebuild Christchurch, New Zealand

Fig. 1 Photograph showing formation of “sand volcano” as a result of blast induced liquefaction and upward flow of water to the ground surface in unimproved ground. The upward flow of water brings sand grains to the surface.

BYU Code Camp a whole lot of fun

Teens gather for a series of coding activities in the BYU Engineering Computer Lab.

June 11, 2013
“Look at that—look at that! That’s beautiful!

Dr Kyle Rollins Receives James Cooper Award at 7th National Seismic Conference

Seventh National Seismic Conference on Bridges & Highways

Rollins Receives James Cooper Award at 7th National Seismic Conference

BYU Steel Bridge Takes First Place at Rocky Mountain Conference

For the second year in a row, the BYU Steel Bridge team took first place at the annual Rocky Mountain Conference.

ACI Scholarship Recipient Joseph Yaede

Mr. Joseph Yaede received a $2000 scholarship from the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Intermountain Chapter at its annual awards banquet held in Salt Lake City on March 13, 2013.

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