As a dying Egyptologist, Boris Karloff places his trust for immortality in the god Anubis and a bauble known as "The Eternal Light.” Unfortunately for him, this gem is pursued by thieves with varying motives, none of which include honoring the dearly departed's final wishes. Science to go with this Show is provided by David Hess of SLCC’s Mortuary Science program
The Devil Bat
Bats deployed as murder weapons by a vengeful scientist? “Hilarious,” says Julia Bart, bat keeper and trainer at Utah Hogle’s Zoo. Get bat facts and career tips for aspiring zookeepers through this UEN interview with Julie Bart
In this classic film noir, a man attempts to solve his own murder before he dies of poison. Get the science behind iridium poisoning and learn about careers in oncology from Jonathan Tward in UEN’s Science to go with the Show
The Third Man
Gorgeous cinematography has made this film an enduring favorite with film aficionados. When an American seeks answers about a friend’s death in postwar Vienna, he finds a scheme involving black market antibiotics. Enjoy the show then learn more about the discovery of life-changing penicillin in our Science to go with the Show.
HAVE A STEM-BOOSTING SUMMER
Discover new interests, level up skills, contribute to a research project—whatever your interest, Utah has great opportunities this summer for kids and adults to beat summer blahs with STEM. Find summer camps for kids and youth here or check out a citizen science program like this one.