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Scientific work at Brigham Young University

The study of science began to flourish at Brigham Young Academy in the mid-1880s as part of the Academic Department. Students in the Academic Department were able to study physics, biology, geography, and geology. The individual most responsible for this flourishing of science at the academy was James E. Talmage. Talmage had studied at Lehigh …

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