Trust in a relationship is key to its success. People often determine trust by giving a little at the beginning of the relationship, observing behavior, and then giving or rescinding it based on their perception of the person's behavior.
From vacuum cleaners and hospital aides to factory assemblers and bomb sniffers, robots are becoming more and more a part of our daily lives. But what's it like for a robot to live in a human world?
Rose Hu, the associate dean for research and a professor in the Utah State University College of Engineering, was recently appointed to the board of governors for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Communications Society.
Two Utah State gymnasts were honored by the Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference following their respective performances last weekend against Air Force.
Two retired NASA astronauts will share highlights from their distinguished careers at a special event commemorating a new scholarship that will support Utah State University's brightest.
Using anonymous mobile device data, USU Researcher Wayne Freimund hopes to determine the carbon footprint of tourism to Utah's Arches National Park.
During the fall 2021 semester, students in the Utah State University Honors program took up the cause of man's best friend.
After a year in Japan, Steve Hawks returned from an assignment for Utah State University as a visiting professor at the University of Tsukuba, just 40 miles northeast of Tokyo.
Utah State University hosted its third annual Disability Advocacy Day on Wednesday. Self-advocates, policymakers and other influencers discussed upcoming disability issues and initiatives for the legislative session.
The University Council on Water Resources has awarded Utah Water Research Laboratory assistant professor Belize Lane the 2022 Early Career Award for Applied Water Research.
A new research study from Utah State University indicates that poverty numbers for women have improved since a 2016 study but that progress is still needed.
Sierra Young is joining the College of Engineering as an assistant professor in the Utah Water Research Lab and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.
To celebrate the centennial, the creamery is releasing new and retro flavors, hosting a series of events and giving away prizes.