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Light-weight, low-cost & life changing


For their Capstone project, BYU engineers developed a light-weight and low-cost electric wheelchair as a way to help two young boys with a rare degenerative disease. > Watch Video


Three Minutes To Win It


Jennifer Craft, a recent civil engineering graduate, won first place and $5,000 at the BYU Three-Minute Thesis competition. The competition gives students the opportunity to present their research in an engaging and concise manner. Craft shared her passion for using an innovative structural technique to protect buildings from earthquakes.

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Alumni: Share your story!


Through the RISE program, BYU is gathering inspirational stories of both personal and professional successes to connect and honor our alumni. Submit your story, or the story of other great alumni you know, at


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Tops in Teaching


BYU recently won several Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) competitions. The BYU teams won first place in the communications category and second place in three other categories.


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Sparking Innovation


BYU Mechanical Engineering Professors Carl Sorensen and Christopher Mattson are the 2015 recipients of the ASME Ben C. Sparks Medal for their innovative work with the BYU Capstone program.


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BYU's Coolest Inventions


Dozens of real-life applications of academic research make it into the marketplace every year from BYU.  This year's crop includes a multi-user CAD software created by ME faculty Greg Jensen and Ed Red.

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