Science / Technology Related Archive

NHMU mycologist Bryn Dentinger on the mysterious world of fungi

Today on “In the Hive,” we venture into the forest with Dr. Bryn Dentinger, curator of mycology for the Natural History Museum

Agencies seek donors as blood shortage impacts Utah healthcare

A shortage of donated blood is impacting hospitals around the country. The Salt Lake Tribune reported yesterday that one of Utah’s largest

The buzz about mosquitoes and pesticides in Salt Lake City

On this episode of “In the Hive,” we take a look at the use of pesticides to kill mosquitoes in and around

Utah fossil discoveries are rewriting our understanding of fearsome tyrannosaur dinosaurs

Today on “In the Hive,” new research from fossils found in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is challenging commonly held beliefs about

Coronavirus variants, vaccines, and where the pandemic is headed

Today on “In the Hive,” a primer on coronavirus variants. Three variants of SARS-Cov-2 have drawn the attention of health officials because

How climate change is contributing to Western wildfires

Today on “In the Hive” we look at the wildfires that have been devastating the Western United States this summer. More than

Utah’s first-of-its kind data privacy law

Today we explore a new, first-of-its-kind law in Utah requiring law enforcement to get a warrant to gather information from third parties

The beehive state is a hotspot for bees, but most don’t live in hives

It was inevitable that with a show called “In the Hive” we’d have an episode dedicated to bees. But it turns out

Utahns March for Science on Earth Day

-Audio below- (KCPW News) Like Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, they spoke for the trees – as well as for air quality, melting glaciers

ABU Update – Reviewing the 2016 Utah Legislative Session

The final gavel fell on the 2016 Utah State Legislative Session late last night. On today’s Better Utah Legislative Update we feature