Senate decides to help high school competition

Academics, News, Student Government

The Weber State University Student Association Senate met on Feb. 13 and discussed Senate funding of an upcoming high school science and engineering competition. The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair […]

Science Weekly: Butterflies remove their spots

Science Weekly

As a kid, I loved to color butterflies for two reasons. First, they were simple to draw without much skill. Second, I could design their wings with endless variations of […]

Fish species discovered walking on walls

Science & Tech, Science Weekly

A team of researchers from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) have discovered that a species of fish in Thailand have the unique ability to walk and climb waterfalls […]

Skin cells turned into cancer hunters

Science & Tech, Science Weekly

The world of medical science broke into new territory this week as researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Lineberger Comprehensive Care Center turned skin […]

Science Weekly: Taste with your brain, not your tongue

Science Weekly

With Thanksgiving approaching it’s no surprise that food is on many our minds. Those gathered around the table on Thursday will taste food that is sweet, salty and everything in between. […]

Evidence shows Utah as a Triassic park

Science Weekly

Most folks know what dinosaurs are. Thanks to the movies, most also know that some of them lived during the Jurassic period. Ironically enough, most of the dinosaurs from the […]

Weber State students act to preserve species

Clubs/Organizations, Science & Tech

  The Nature Conservancy will be hosting a milkweed planting event this upcoming Saturday with Weber State University students. The event will take place at The Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, […]