Doctoral student Jon Pugmire and research physicist Dominique Pautet visit Antartica as part of gravity wave study led by Professor Mike Taylor.
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Mar 7, 2013
"Lecturer Dave Wallace Named American Industrial Hygiene Association Fellow" (Utah State Today, 7 March 2013)
Dave Wallace, principal lecturer in USU's Department of Biology, joins the elite ranks of the nation’s top professionals in his field as a 2013 American Industrial Hygiene Association Fellow.
Jonathan Pugmire spent most of January someplace warmer than his Logan home. Pugmire spent 20 days in January in Antarctica, studying gravity waves with a team of scientists from Utah State University.
Mar 5, 2013
Jon Pugmire took a 60-hour flight to collect data atop 9,000 feet of ice at the South Pole.
Mar 1, 2013
"USU Alum Gives Inmates Opportunity to Assist in University Research" (Utah Public Radio, 1 Mar 2013)
A chance encounter with USU's Intermountain Herbarium allowed Aggie alum Sara Lamb ’12 to indulge her fascination with rare and endangered plants, while creating an enriching opportunity for fledgling lab technicians to contribute to university research.
Feb 28, 2013
USU alum Sara Lamb'12 leads student inmates at Utah's Daggett County Jail in preparing donated plant and seed specimens for herbarium's collections.
Hot off the press are three new books, diverse in intended audience and scope, featuring USU's innovative synthetic spider silk research.
Molecular biologist and USTAR Professor Randy Lewis' research featuring in several new books, including Al Gore's newly published "The Future."
Feb 21, 2013
"'Creepy' Science: Al Gore Describes Spider Silk Research Pioneered by USU's Randy Lewis" (Aggie SciCelebs)
In his new book, "The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change," former vice president Al Gore speaks of innovations in genetic engineering.
Feb 7, 2013
Professor Susanne Janecke and Emeritus Professor Bob Oaks delve into Bonneville flood mystery and publish new insights.