Science Weekly: Strong Links Between Industrial Activity and Weather Found

Science & Tech, Science Weekly

Once again, research suggests some strong links between human industrial and agricultural activity and extreme weather events. In a report published by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, instances of […]

Science Weekly: Childhood Neglect Linked to Adult Depression

Science & Tech, Science Weekly

While this may not come as a shock to most, adult depression has been linked directly to childhood neglect in a recent study conducted by researchers at Duke University and […]

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 […]

Math for non-trads: How to pace yourself away from the classroom

Opinion, Orientation, Science & Tech

For many students college math is a daunting prospect, but for some non-traditional students, it can feel like a deal breaker. As a non-traditional student you have to put forth […]

Biometrics: A powerful tool for medical students

Health, Orientation, Science & Tech, Uncategorized

Medicine is focused on the human body. The body is a system—several systems, in fact. To understand some specific “spot,” it pays to understand the “landscape” in which that spot […]

Science in the Park lives up to its mandate

Ogden Community/Events, Science & Tech, Service Projects/Fundraisers

“A child’s world is fresh and new and beautiful, full of wonder and excitement. It is our misfortune that, for most of us, that clear-eyed vision, that true instinct for […]