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<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57603">USU's Science Unwrapped Makes the Invisible, Visible Friday, April 20</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Makes the Invisible, Visible Friday, April 20

04/16/2018

Can you picture how a strand of DNA winds and unwinds or how a virus punctures a healthy cell? How do scientists envision molecular and cellular processes invisible to the human...

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57494">Algorithmic, Generative Art at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 23</a>

Algorithmic, Generative Art at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 23

03/16/2018

Why do we create art? Do you have to be human to make art? That is, is “art” created by an artificially intelligent machine art?

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57413">Evolution of Everyday Objects Topic at USU's Science Unwrapped Feb. 23</a>

Evolution of Everyday Objects Topic at USU's Science Unwrapped Feb. 23

02/20/2018

Objects, tools and machines we use every day emerged from a fusion of technology and artistic design. But how does this process take place and how does it influence our lives?

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<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57603">USU's Science Unwrapped Makes the Invisible, Visible Friday, April 20</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Makes the Invisible, Visible Friday, April 20

04/16/2018

Can you picture how a strand of DNA winds and unwinds or how a virus punctures a healthy cell? How do scientists envision molecular and cellular processes invisible to the human...

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57494">Algorithmic, Generative Art at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 23</a>

Algorithmic, Generative Art at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 23

03/16/2018

Why do we create art? Do you have to be human to make art? That is, is “art” created by an artificially intelligent machine art?

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57413">Evolution of Everyday Objects Topic at USU's Science Unwrapped Feb. 23</a>

Evolution of Everyday Objects Topic at USU's Science Unwrapped Feb. 23

02/20/2018

Objects, tools and machines we use every day emerged from a fusion of technology and artistic design. But how does this process take place and how does it influence our lives?

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57343">USU's Science Unwrapped Explores 'Nabokov's Butterflies' Friday, Jan. 26</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Explores 'Nabokov's Butterflies' Friday, Jan. 26

01/19/2018

Russian American author Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977) is probably best known for his novels, especially Lolita, which he published in 1955. But the St. Petersburg native was also an accomplished lepidopterist (butterfly and moth scientist) and illustrator....

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57311">USU's Science Unwrapped Announces Spring 2018 'Science of Art' Series</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Announces Spring 2018 'Science of Art' Series

01/08/2018

Science Unwrapped, the public science outreach program of Utah State University’s College of Science, announces it new, Spring 2018 “The Science of Art” series. The series, which celebrates the university’s “Year of the Arts,” kicks off Friday, Jan. 26.

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/?id=57204">‘Sharks!’ Topic for Science Unwrapped Friday, Nov. 3</a>

‘Sharks!’ Topic for Science Unwrapped Friday, Nov. 3

11/01/2017

Sharks often evoke fear, but Utah State University ecologist Trisha Atwood says the aquatic creatures deserve greater credit for their role in maintaining healthy marine and coastal ecosystems and a sustainable planet.

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/?id=57131">'Why World Needs Big Trees' Friday, Oct. 6 at USU's Science Unwrapped</a>

'Why World Needs Big Trees' Friday, Oct. 6 at USU's Science Unwrapped

10/03/2017

Many of us share American poet Joyce Kilmer’s appreciation for trees, but how much do we know about the world’s really big trees and why they’re important to us?

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57066">Science Unwrapped Shares World with Big Animals Friday, Sept. 15</a>

Science Unwrapped Shares World with Big Animals Friday, Sept. 15

09/11/2017

Large terrestrial mammals fill us with wonder, curiosity and sometimes fear, but imagine a world without them. Utah State University wildlife ecologist Johan du Toit explores this possibility at USU’s Science Unwrapped public

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=57048">USU's Science Unwrapped Announces Fall 2017 'Ecology!' Series</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Announces Fall 2017 'Ecology!' Series

09/06/2017

Utah State University’s Ecology Center is marking 50 years of research and academic excellence and that’s something to celebrate. USU’s Science Unwrapped public outreach program marks this milestone with its new, Fall 2017 “Ecology!” series.

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=56563">Get a 'Bird's-Eye View' at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 17</a>

Get a 'Bird's-Eye View' at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 17

03/10/2017

Do birds of a feather really flock together? Can birds recognize individual people? And why do birds sometimes crash into windows?

<a href="/unwrapped/images/1unwrapped-presentations/1MariaRodriguezUSTFeb2017.jpg">USU's Science Unwrapped Probes 'Black Holes' Friday, Feb. 10</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Probes 'Black Holes' Friday, Feb. 10

02/08/2017

Lurking at the center of every galaxy, black holes capture our imaginations with their size, power and mystery. But how do scientists study these massive space monsters?

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/?id=56446">USU's Science Unwrapped Talks 'Monster Creation' Friday, Jan. 27</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Talks 'Monster Creation' Friday, Jan. 27

01/24/2017

How do filmmakers create frighteningly realistic dinosaurs, monsters and space aliens in such movies as Jurassic Park, Aliens and Star Wars? The answer is art and science. Utah State University’s Science Unwrapped explores...

<a href="http://www.usu.edu/today/?id=56443">USU's Science Unwrapped Probes "Fact, Fiction" in New Series</a>

USU's Science Unwrapped Probes "Fact, Fiction" in New Series

01/19/2017

With access to so much information on the Web, on TV and in print, it’s hard to determine what’s fact and what’s fiction. Utah State University’s Science Unwrapped offers guidance in seeking information about a number of popular science topics in its new