The most remarkable thing about Brad Hintze is not that he is an honors student who manages to earn high marks, but that he struggles just to feed himself and talk.
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Jul 31, 2009
Sixty students from across the country participated in the Conference on Undergraduate Research’s Posters on the Hill event in D.C. USU’s Bradley Hintze was the lone student researcher representing the state of Utah.
Jul 21, 2009
"I try to tell people they are important to biodiversity,” said Diane Alston, a biologist who works at Utah State University and writes about insects for the USU Extension Service. "Lots of beneficial insects and animals feed on mosquitoes."
Jul 20, 2009
"Veteran Astronaut and Retired USU Physics Professor Recalls His Role in Apollo Mission" (Salt Lake Tribune)
Somewhere in the moon's Sea of Tranquility lies a box that is, to a degree, the legacy of retired astronaut Don Lind.
Jul 16, 2009
For four days, aspiring scientists from as far away as Texas and Indiana put aside traditional teenage summer pursuits to explore such heady topics as quantum chemistry, molecular theory and DNA sequencing at Utah State University.
Jul 2, 2009
Ask undergraduate computer scientists about their most vexing programming challenge and they’ll sum it up in one word: bugs.
Jul 1, 2009
Utah State University geologist Joel Pederson has published a paper explaining what caused the uplift of the 130,000 square miles of the Colorado Plateau area, contributing to the formation of such landmarks as the Grand Canyon and Arches and Zion national parks.
Jun 22, 2009
The 130,000 square miles of deep river-cut canyons and exposed wind-scoured arches, the section of the earth that in Utah is called the Plateau Province, is as big a puzzle to geologists as it is awesome to any human interloper captured by the vistas of its environs.
Jun 21, 2009
"Getting a Lift: Geologists May Have Figured Out How Volcanoes Helped Form Colorado Plateau" (Albuquerque Journal)
The thing that makes the Colorado Plateau so beautiful has long been one of geology's great mysteries.
Jun 18, 2009
When taking in the spectacular vistas of Grand Canyon, Arches, Zion and other national parks of the Colorado Plateau, visitors often wonder how the landforms got so high and so deep.