Brigham Young University undergraduates who partner with faculty on special projects are publishing in academic journals and making presentations at conferences worldwide. These rich, out-of-classroom experiences embellish résumés and open doors after graduation.
Recent research projects at BYU that involved undergraduate students:
- The Maternal Effect: How mother deer protect their future kings
- BYU scientists find gene sequences that stall protein synthesis
- Girls perform as well as boys in math competitions, study shows
- Having a Tony Stark at the office is fine as long as you hire a Pepper Potts.
New business research explains how powerful are blind to risk
- No ID needed to form a shell company, study finds
- The storm that never was: Why the weatherman is often wrong
- Discovery opens door for better way of making medicine
- Why chemotherapy doesn't work for certain cancer patients
- More past projects on BYU's Journal of Undergraduate Research