The internet is always evolving, and the University of Utah is playing a part.
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The U’s Dan Reed and Maureen Condic traveled to Antarctica in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see and understand the vast scientific opportunities—and life-and-death precipices—the southernmost tip of the globe offers.
U engineers develop a thin, lightweight lens that could produce slimmer camera phones, longer-flying drones and thermal imaging cameras, such as for finding victims of natural disasters.
Reed has been selected to serve on the National Science Board, which provides advice and oversight for the National Science Foundation.
New Wasatch Front Research Data Center will make federal and state agency data available to academic researchers in Utah and surrounding states.
U seismologists make RAPID trip to Hawaii volcano for time-sensitive research opportunity.
Physics, math and chemistry step into the Olympic spotlight.
A geologist and sound artist come together to bring the sounds of red rock arches to life.
Students present research at National Diversity Conference.
New grants help biology professor show people that science is for everyone.