Scientists have solved a decade-long puzzle about lithium, an essential metal in cellphone and computer batteries. Using extreme pressure experiments and powerful supercomputing, the international team has unraveled the mystery of the structure of...
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While most startup companies are lucky to work in a dirty garage, 17 student startups at the University of Utah have dedicated space this summer at the new Lassonde Studios building. The teams are startups-in-residence in the Company Launch program...
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Researchers have long shown links between father involvement and daughters’ sexual behavior, with the standard explanation attributing that influence to shared genes that impact both a father’s behavior and relationships and his child’s...
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The University of Utah has launched a new center dedicated to providing a transformative influence on health care by unifying research on mindfulness and other integrative behavioral health interventions.
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A University of Utah-led team has discovered that a class of “miracle materials” called organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites could be a game changer for future spintronic devices. Spintronics uses the direction of the electron spin — either up...
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University of Utah materials science and engineering students have developed a new, 100-percent biodegradable feminine maxi pad that is made of all natural materials and is much more comfortable than similar products. The SHERO Pad uses a processed...
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Until now, scientists have only had a murky understanding of how these relationships arise. Now Colin Dale and his colleagues at the University of Utah have an answer. It’s good news and bad news, germophobes: The bad news? Mutualistic bacteria...
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University of Utah students have created a new mobile game that demonstrates how software algorithms used by many of the nation’s judicial courts to evaluate defendants could be biased like humans. Justice.exe is a free app in which the...
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Prof. @contreraslegals of @sjquinney & @uutah available to discuss implications of #SCOTUS ruling in #Tam case. #trademarks
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Biologists Comment on the Consequences of @Interior's Lead Ammo Ban Reversal to Scavengers, Ecosystems, and Human Cities.
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