Research

Is Utah’s great lake turning to dust?

What’s going on in the West Desert?


Water towers at risk as glaciers recede

Research provides new insight on mountain glacier-derived water resource systems, impacting up to 1.9 billion people globally.


IU4U innovation funding initiative launched

Teams will be able to submit proposals beginning Jan. 13, 2020.


U biochemist Jeff Morgan selected as 2019 STAT Wunderkind

The national competition celebrates the next generation of scientific superstars.


A culture of safety excellence in research

A look at how the university is prioritizing improving safety in research-focused areas of campus.


Personalized medicine is now a reality

A new center at Primary Children’s Hospital will bring next-generation care to children today, using advanced technologies to understand a child’s unique genetic makeup and offer tailored treatments.


Exploring engineering with high school students

Students from all over the country came to the U to learn about engineering.


Grit, endurance and smarts

How one student is balancing a full-time job and a double major.


Is climate change good for plants?

Could the rising levels of carbon dioxide actually be good for plants?


STEM Barbie

In partnership with National Geographic, forest ecologist Nalini Nadkarni helped develop a product line including Wildlife Conservationist, Astrophysicist, Polar Marine Biologist, Wildlife Photojournalist and Entomologist.