Science/Technology Archive

The Bottom Line: Getting Utah Girls to Code

The Bottom Line – Only 102 Utah high school students took Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science during the 2014/2015 school year. Cody

The Bottom Line: Vicki Farrar, Catheter Connections

The Bottom Line – (Air Date: March 10, 2015) Each year more than 500,000 patients in the U.S. suffer from intravascular (“I.V.”)

The Bottom Line: Shaking Up the Insurance Marketplace

The Bottom Line (Air Date: March 3, 2015) –Last November Utah Insurance Commissioner Todd Kiser warned Parker Conrad’s San Francisco-based company Zenefits

The Bottom Line: Craig Earnshaw, Professor of Entrepreneurship

The Bottom Line (Air Date: Feb. 24, 2015) – Craig Earnshaw’s journey as an entrepreneur began when Jimmy Carter was President and

The Bottom Line: Nathan Furr, The Innovator’s Method

The Bottom Line (Air Date: February 3, 2015) – Nathan Furr is professor of entrepreneurship at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of

The Bottom Line: Zach Mangum, Co-Founder of GroSocial

The Bottom Line (Air Date: January 20, 2015) – Zach Mangum’s journey from co-founding GroSocial to selling it took, amazingly, only two

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

U of U Physicist Compares New Magnetic Sensor to Drop of Paint

A new magnetic field sensor developed by physicists at the University of Utah doesn’t take up much space. In fact, the scientists

NASA Brings Space Exploration Exhibit to Salt Lake City

NASA is in Salt Lake City for the weekend with its traveling exhibit “Driven to Explore.” The free exhibit is set up

Leaders in Nuclear Energy Gather in Salt Lake City to Talk About Safety

International regulators and experts on nuclear power plant safety have converged in Salt Lake City. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports, representatives from