News Clips | April 30, 2021

Book a tour to explore the history of Utah's Secret Canyon

Have you ever wanted to learn how we know so much about the lives and rituals of past cultures? Do you have a passion for history's mysteries? Do you visit museums and wonder where they learn about how artifacts were used?

Science Moab talks to geologists about the “sound prints” of rock formations

The geological formations known as arches can be seen, touched, smelled, and even tasted, but did you know they could be heard?

Was bipartisanship at play in Biden’s first 100 days? Here are 10 examples

On some issues, Congress found common ground as the White House and lawmakers attempted to redefine what bipartisanship means

Benefits of Introducing Science Programs to Utah's Incarcerated

This week on Cool Science Radio, Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, a Professor with the Department of Biology at the University Of Utah comes on the show.

Utah Child Advocate, Economist Respond To ‘American Families Plan’

In his first address to a joint session of congress, President Joe Biden outlined his American Families Plan, a $1.8 trillion proposal that aims to tackle child poverty, expand access to child care and education, and offer what the White House has described as long-term solutions to challenges America’s families face.

How do immune issues affect a child’s development and nutrition?

Did you know that food allergies can cause problems ranging from eczema to life-threatening allergic reactions? However, early introduction to certain foods may delay or possibly prevent allergies or asthma from developing.