AMC SIGGRAPH (The Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques recently announced the winners of the 2012 Computer Animation Festival. Out of the 94 films representing 43 countries judged at the festival, BYU won the prize for Best Student Project.
Professor Josh Price’s research may help cancer patients by enhancing the effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs like those used to treat breast cancer and glaucoma.
Dan Olsen enjoys computer-human interaction research because it’s fun!
There is evidence that algebra comprehension in junior high and high school students could be enhanced by teaching them to program their own video games.
Alisa Edmund and Kyli Bishop recently placed in the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies conference, with the help of their advisor, Dr. Paul Farnsworth.
A BYU professor recently published an article showing that gold-backed mirrors with a chemical adhesion layer act as better reference materials than traditional mirrors — improving separation knowledge and efficiency.
Smith placed third at the fall 2011 American Chemical Society meeting in Denver for her oral presentation and written abstract that explained her research of oxide nanoparticles.