Across the world, lights, billboards and neon signs are aglow in the night sky. With the rise of these electric lights, it’s difficult to find true darkness. But Mark Bailey, Amateur Astrophotographer and proprietor of the Torrey House Alpen Glow Observatory in Torrey, Utah is determined to keep at least his corner of the world […]
In this episode of SciTech Now, finding true darkness; securing 3D printed products; the reclassification of Planets; and restoring the Forest’s ecosystem.
A group of Girls from Logan, Utah who aren’t even old enough to get behind the wheel of a car are learning how to fly a plane at a program at Utah State University. It’s all part of an effort to empower Girls to become our Nation’s next Aviators.
Nearly 250,000 residents live in the Navajo Nation, which spans sections of Utah, New Mexico and Arizona. The area contains a strong mining presence, one that has led to dangerous spills and water contamination. Hydrologist Karletta Chief, who is a member of the Navajo Bitter Water Clan, discusses her work and how her personal relationship […]
Why does the largest land mammal have a smaller chance of developing cancer than humans? Scientists in Utah have pinpointed a superhero gene that could open new possibilities in cancer research.