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Kim Schuske

Kim Schuske

Co-founder/Producer, Explore Utah Science

Building A Bionic Eye

18 February 2013
Published in Technology

A Utah engineer helps develop the first bionic eye approved last week by the FDA.

An Invasive Grass is Choking Utah’s Wetlands

14 February 2013
Published in Environment

(Audio) A plant invader is taking over Utah's wetlands and is eating up habitat for millions of migrating birds.

Demystifying the Flu

21 January 2013
Published in Health

This year, influenza virus has caused 170 hospitalizations, primarily due to H1N1 or swine flu. Last year H3N2 was the primary strain causing disease. But what does this mean and why do we need to get vaccinated every year?

Banking Eyes to Study Blindness

17 December 2012
Published in Health

The Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah has the largest eye bank in the world. A Utah researcher is using this resource to identify treatments for macular degeneration, a major cause of vision loss in the U.S.

Drug Addiction Changes the Brain

10 December 2012
Published in Health

Utah researchers have found differences in the brains of people addicted to methamphetamine.

Los estudiantes piensan en un nuevo futuro en el “Día de la ciencia”

02 December 2012
Published in Educación

El sábado, cientos de estudiantes de secundaria pudieron experimentar por primera vez cómo es estar en un campus universitario, y se enteraron de investigaciones científicas en las que un día podría participar.

Painting the Diversity of Life

15 November 2012

Utah artist Carel Brest van Kempen brings animals to life, giving viewers an opportunity to explore unique and distant places.

Students Consider a New Future at Science Day

12 November 2012
Published in Science and Society

On Saturday, hundreds of high school students got their first taste of being on a college campus, and heard about scientific research that they could one day take part in.

Students Consider a New Future at Science Day

12 November 2012
Published in Education

On Saturday, hundreds of high school students got their first taste of being on a college campus, and heard about scientific research that they could one day take part in.

Bringing Utah Innovations to Market

01 November 2012
Published in Technology

During the recession, the federal government and USTAR invested 3.6 million dollars of stimulus money to help Utah inventors get their products one step closer to market. Now that the program is over, how did they do?

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