A University of Utah medical student helps a man experiencing homelessness recover his vision.
It turns out that Utah is one of the few places outside of Europe where one can find firebugs of the species needed for a particular kind of research.
With all the talk about impeachment, do we actually know what is going on? U political science professor James Curry has some answers for us.
Since 2015, the program has hosted nearly 650 participants at the U and Arizona State University combined.
What’s going on in the West Desert?
Mrytle spurge is incredibly difficult to remove. Its root systems grow wide underground, meaning that pulling out plants at the surface may not be effective, and even then myrtle spurge emits a sap when injured that can blister human skin.
Research provides new insight on mountain glacier-derived water resource systems, impacting up to 1.9 billion people globally.
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The prize is given annually as part of an essay competition to encourage and support student research on the history, theory or criticism of rhetoric.
Congratulations to the whole team.
Guest artist Matt Sorenson worked with students to bring Dungeons & Dragons creatures to life through crafting original puppets.
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Road construction near the Huntsman Cancer Hospital starting soon.
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