Dozens of people attended a reception Jan. 9 at Utah State University’s Intermountain Herbarium, but the guest of honor was a tree branch.
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Jan 10, 2009
Jan 9, 2009
Research led by a Utah State University professor is among the best evidence of Darwin’s evolutionary theories, according to Nature magazine.
In the course of today's activities you might send a text message, pay for your gasoline purchase at the pump or use your car's GPS system.
Jan 8, 2009
USU’s longtime research on space weather forecasting recently received a boost with the approval of USTAR funding to establish the new center and build on the university’s expertise in developing forecast models for Earth’s upper atmosphere and ionosphere.
2009 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of naturalist Charles Darwin, whose theories of natural selection continue to stir controversy.
Jan 5, 2009
Winter cold is sitting as tight as a bottle cap in the mountain valleys, but Utah State University can't think of a better time than now to celebrate Utah's flora and fungi by officially welcoming the 250,000th specimen at the Intermountain Herbarium this Friday.
Dec 31, 2008
Utah's greatest snow on earth is sometimes tainted by the dreary condition of the air around it but Utah State University chemist Phil Silva is working to abate the frequent inversion problem.
Statistician Adele Cutler, Chemist Sean Johnson and Biologist Paul Wolf are among the recipients of 2008 'Research Catalyst' funds under USU's newly restructured seed grant program.
Science students Hans Anderson, Douglas Ball, Chris Bitner, Colter Davis, Spencer Hyde, Rochelle Kellet, Kathleen Kirkham, James Meidell, James Neiswender and Todd Parr are recipients of Fall 2008 Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunities (URCO) Grants.
Dec 30, 2008
Tossing an egg, or anything else, from Lagoon’s Sky Coaster normally results in an automatic ejection from the Davis County amusement park. But one day in May, eggs were tossed legally, all in the name of science.