Research

Campaign reduces car idling at two elementary schools

Air monitoring also found variation in air pollution levels between the schools’ playgrounds and the pick-up/drop-off lines.


A close up of hands holding a syringe and vial of insulin.

Insulin access, social networks help people with diabetes

Michelle Litchman aims to make living with diabetes easier by driving health policy, researching black market insulin and developing and hosting one-day boot camps.


How to assess a community’s resilience

A case study in a Mexican ranching village shows how communities’ resilience depends on whether the scale of their preparation matches the scale of challenges they may face.


Hills that are dry with a greener vegetation in the valley.

Climate change induced refugee crisis, chronic war, in ancient Peru

Their findings suggest that climate change has the potential to harm all populations, either directly or indirectly, through destabilization and refugee crises.


SCALE-UP supports COVID testing in underserved communities

New initiatives awarded $4.7 million to encourage COVID-19 testing in communities and schools.


Autism support for the Black community

A study reports the effectiveness of a support system for, and developed by, Black parents of children with autism.


An orange and brown replica of a Triceratops from a museum exhibit.

NHMU launches Triceratops Traits for middle schoolers

The Research Quest program is designed to improve students’ critical thinking skills using real-world science investigations with researchers.


New newsletter for researchers

Information about new opportunities, resources, highlights and more.


Preventing web-like NETs from clogging blood vessels could improve stroke outcomes

Research in mice suggests a window of opportunity to prevent additional brain damage following a stroke.


2022 Bench to Bedside competition returns to the Utah Capitol

A device that measures oxygen saturation and temperature more accurately during surgery wins the Grand Prize.