• Life Sciences Building

    A Place of Light and Life

    BYU's new south-campus gateway—the 265,000-square-foot Life Sciences Building—is facilitating collaboration among students and faculty. Watch an aerial tour and see what the building has to offer.

You have been hacked

Don't get hacked! New study shows your worst enemy is you

BYU researchers Bonnie Anderson, Brock Kirwan and Anthony Vance found that people say they care about keeping their computers secure but behave otherwise. In this case, they plowed through malware warnings. More about the study.


Out of the dust: digitizing Victorian era literature

BYU English professor Leslee Thorne-Murphy and hundreds of students are rescuing from dusty tomes little known works by the likes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Dickens, George Eliot and others. Their Viki Wiki has nearly 200 transcribed stories in an online repository, viewed more than 150,000 times. Read more.