Science/Technology Archive

Utah Company Creates Near-Bloodless Scalpel

The Food and Drug Administration has cleared a Utah medical device company’s use of its new near-bloodless scalpel. The company says it

FCC Says Millions Still Lack High Speed Internet Access

Twenty-six million Americans still don’t have high-speed Internet access, according to the FCC’s annual report to Congress. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports,

Salt Palace Solar Project Underway After Hiccup

The Salt Palace Convention Center is preparing for a 2.5-megawatt jolt from what’s being called the largest single rooftop solar system in

Nature Conservancy Scientist Warns of Energy Sprawl

While clean energy technology can revolutionize the nation’s power supply and economy, exactly where that power is developed is key to preventing

Divisive Online Ed. Expansion Clears Senate

A bill that gives Utah students more options for taking online courses cleared the Senate yesterday. But as KCPW's Whittney Evans reports,

How to Re-Start Energy Innovation

Energy innovation in the United States has stalled, but with transformational change, it can get running again. That’s the message Jeff Muhs,