Science / Technology Related Archive

Hands-Free Technology Adds to Distracted Driving Woes

(KCPW News) A new study by a University of Utah researcher shows that using voice-activated software while driving is dangerous. KCPW’s Roger

Natural History Museum Explores Science of Natural Disasters

(KCPW News) The Natural History Museum of Utah unveils a new travelling exhibit this weekend. The interactive feature, called Nature Unleashed: Inside

Speed Dating for Technology Event Pairs Investors and Inventors

(KCPW News) Several Utah universities held an event last week that paired potential investors with University tech-developers and inventors. The format of

Anthropologist Looks to Dogs for Clues on Human Behavior

(KCPW News) KCPW is the media sponsor of the Utah Museum of Natural History’s Nature of Things Lecture Series. This year, the

Governor to Make Snake Valley Pipeline Decision Soon

(KCPW News) Governor Gary Herbert is close to making a decision on whether to sign an agreement that would authorize the construction

Utah Microbiologist Previews Nature of Things Lecture

KCPW is the media sponsor of the Utah Museum of Natural History’s Nature of Things Lecture Series. This year, the series focuses

Can We Store Energy From the Sun and Wind?

Renewable energy use is on the rise, but the sun doesn’t always shine and the wind doesn’t always blow. Green energy

U of U Scientist Tracks Expanding Universe

For the first time scientists are measuring the expansion of the universe 3 billion years after what is called the “big bang.”

High School Students Explore University Science

On Saturday, hundreds of high school students got their first taste of being on a college campus, and heard about scientific research

U of U Teams Up with Questar on Pipeline Protection

More work is being done underneath Utah’s surface to protect the state in case of an earthquake. Questar has teamed up with