'Every shovel full of dirt provides new data on the ancient people'.
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The Other Christmas Miracle
On a certain night every year all over the earth, millions of families gather together and share a two-thousand-year-old story, of how a baby was born in a humble stable who would become the long-awaited Messiah. But there was another amazing and wondrous celestial event that took place on that fateful night, in an even more distant land a world away.
BYU-Smithsonian study first to fully sequence genome of endangered clouded leopards
Genetic analysis provides critical information for future conservation.
Encouraged by professor, BYU students save lives through blood stem cell donations
Dr. Julianne Grose won an award for her work with bone marrow transplant registry.
1833 Meteor Storm: A Precisely Synchronized Sign and Wonder
Shortly before dawn on November 13, 1833, the greatest meteor storm in modern history was visible over North America with hundreds of thousands of bright meteors per hour. Not only was it a fulfillment of a specific prophesy that Joseph Smith had made, but this storm may have also been one of the signs of the establishment of the Church and Kingdom of God as prophesied in the Book of Revelation.
BYU exercise science researchers pinpoint new method to optimize personal aerobic workouts
Using 'critical power,' team aims to create exercise prescriptions.
BYU engineers etch entirety of The Book of Mormon on a microchip wafer
They even gave the microscopic scriptures a gold-plated coating.