Biomedical engineer Jan Kubanek has discovered that treatments of brain disorders may not have to require drugs or invasive surgery at all—just sound waves.
Science & Technology
A major transformation in vertebrate evolution was when breathing shifted from the head to the torso in reptiles. But what caused the shift? A study hypothesizes it was driven by locomotion.
Office of Environmental Health and Safety created a laboratory safety video to help minimize risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus as research operations moved to the orange alert level.
A new study utilized a community-university partnership of nearly 200 PM 2.5 sensors through the Air Quality and U network. U researchers revealed persistent social inequalities in Salt Lake County schools.
Genome-wide pattern found in tumors from brain cancer patients predicts how long they could live.
The project will explore the roles of the gut and nervous system in controlling the spread of viral infection.
U engineer Massood Tabib-Azar is developing a coronavirus sensor about the size of a quarter that works with a cellphone and can detect COVID-19 in 60 seconds.
The study was not comprehensive enough to fully rule out the possibility that the disease could be sexually transmitted. However, the chances of it occurring, based on this limited finding, appear to be remote.
Air quality along the Wasatch Front in March is usually good, but the reduction in emissions from COVID-19 stay-at-home measures have made air quality even better than usual.
University of Utah’s top-ranked games program will hold their virtual graduation within an online video game.