Sara Yeo, assistant professor in communication, was awarded a $750,000 NSF grant to study how people respond to funny science messages on social media.
University of Utah engineers develop a chip that converts wasted heat into usable energy.
Results highlight a potential diabetes drug target and role for lowering total ceramides in the body.
New U research shows that there are natural water sources that shape the character of Utah’s Jordan River.
The U’s departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering recently merged into a single academic unit.
U scientists have found that multiple ancient groups—including relatives of crocodiles and alligators—were not the carnivores we know today, but veggie eaters.
New research led by U biologists finds that some plants and trees’ water use can make droughts more intense.
Research shows fewer male babies are born in the U.S. during periods of environmental and ecological stress—a pattern referred to as male-biased fetal attrition or male-biased fetal loss.
Research shows location is the biggest factor in successful “alien” bird invasions—which are also seen as negatively impacting native species.
Research shows disruptions rippled out from climate change in South America.