Research

Red Flag Project supports healthy relationships

As part of the 2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) activities, the Red Flag project is looking for volunteer offices, departments and student clubs and organizations.


Artificial intelligence requires regulation. Now.

Technology is driving the future, but who is doing the steering?


photo looking down on a positive pregnancy test showing the person's hands, legs and feet as they stand up and look down at the test.

Dynamic pregnancy intentions

Study shows 12-month changes in pregnancy timing intentions using data from HER Salt Lake.


How COVID-19 is spurring research on campus

The pandemic led to a number of complications and opportunities.


University leaders celebrate 1U4U teams’ work

Building cross-campus teams and boosting cross-disciplinary teamwork was the impetus for the initiative.


U of U Health evolutionary geneticist Nels Elde named HHMI Investigator

The designation is Elde’s second prestigious accolade in less  than a year. HHMI investigators are a select group of researchers pushing the bounds of knowledge in biomedical research.


U professor featured in Utah air quality documentary

Daniel Mendoza shares personal stories and scientific perspectives.


Human behavior sabotages CO2-reducing strategies

A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.


Well-being Elevated seeks hundreds of U student minds this Fall

Students who participate in weekly activities and complete five out of the six sessions will receive $50 from Well-being Elevated.


Skeletons of domestic pigeons facing each other. The left skeleton has a short beak, the right one has a long beak.

Darwin’s short-beak enigma solved

A mutation in the ROR2 gene is linked to beak size reduction in numerous breeds of domestic pigeons. Surprisingly, mutations in ROR2 also underlie a human disorder called Robinow syndrome.