Co-founder/Producer, Explore Utah Science
New practices promise to reduce the pollution that stormwater brings, and turn stormwater into a resource that can help replenish parched lands.
To protect both people and wildlife, scientists are investigating the safest, most cost-effective ways to get big game across the road.
Seventh graders gather data to document the plight of a small mammal that could be on the brink of becoming endangered, and interpret the experience through presentations, models, video, art, and poems.
Utah State Science Advisor Carol George talks about the growing influence of science and technology on state government affairs, and the importance of building a STEM-literate population.
Looking for something to do with the kids after school? Our D.I.Y. Science experiment booklet will keep their hands busy, and their minds going.
Turning complex data into works of art has become essential for communicating and understanding science.
Author Brian Switek’s new book discusses new discoveries about how dinosaurs looked, lived, and had sex
The outdoor industry is grappling with how to manufacture their products without harming the rivers they love.
Mantener a estos inteligentes simios sanos y ocupados en actividades que disfruten puede ser un trabajo difícil pero satisfactorio.