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It’s a challenging proposition for anyone: Lie flat on your back, helmet covering half of your face, in a tight-quartered MRI capsule that would make even the non-claustrophobe jittery. Then try not to move for 45 minutes. For children and adolescents with autism and low verbal and cognitive performance (LVCP), that proposition has been nearly impossible without sedation — until now.
A new study from researchers at Brigham Young University and Pennsylvania State University provides the most accurate estimate of the number of Earth-like planets in the universe.
For its newest planetary science mission, NASA aims to land a flying robot on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan, and BYU geology professor Jani Radebaugh is part of the team responsible for designing the drone-like lander that will explore Titan's surface.
Heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the United States for more than a century, ever since the early 1900s when it displaced acute diseases for the distinction. Now a growing number of states are crowning a new leading cause of death: cancer.
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Professional development involves an ongoing plan to enhance professional expertise, increase creativity, and produce more proficient scholars and teachers.