Warning Wildcats about wildfires

Campus Community, Campus Events, News, Science & Tech, Sustainability, Utah

Weber State University students and faculty gathered on Feb. 6 in Tracy Hall to learn about the physics and impact of wildfires with guest speaker John Horel. As a professor […]

Winter is here, pollution is near

Health, Science & Tech

Utah winters are a time for outdoor activities like skiing and snowboarding. However, residents have lately been forced to remain indoors due to bad air quality. With a blanket of […]

10,000 years of change

Mobile, Science & Tech

Astrobiologist David Grinspoon wrote a book looking at the past 10,000 years and other Earth-like planets, such as Venus and Mars, to discuss climate change on Earth. Now, he’s giving […]

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 […]

Orientation: WSU Science Hikes provide unique perspective

Orientation, Top Features

In the summer of 2011, Weber State University students Sara Yearsley and Amanda Gentry teamed up with Ogden Weber Pathways and the WSU Geology Department to create the Science Hikes […]

Students create "green" map of Ogden

Above the Scroll, Science & Tech

[media-credit id=35 align=”alignright” width=”272″][/media-credit]Ogden’s Green Map project, an ongoing venture which aims to place eco-friendly locations such as businesses, recreational areas, transportation and gardens on a map, will be in […]