Science & Technology

Red Flag Project installation at the Union

As part of the 2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) activities, the Red Flag project is an installation that helps identify the differences between health and unhealthy relationships.


Changing the face of science

The ability to make meaningful change in diversity and inclusion has earned the U’s Society for Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science national recognition.


New computing building to benefit economy

The largest ever for the College of Engineering, Utah philanthropists John and Marcia Price gift $15 million to build new computer science building.


Math professor receives prestigious $1.8M NSF grant

Yekaterina Epshteyn and her colleagues will study how grains grow, an important property of technologically useful materials.


New U clinic addresses gaps in mental health needs

Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center provides flexibility in treatment, a collaborative training program and interdisciplinary research opportunities.


Molecule could reduce surgical complications

The molecule helps organs protect themselves from damage during decreases in blood flow.


Close up of a hand in a blue rubber medical glove holding a newborn baby's hand.

AI quickly identifies genetic causes of disease in newborns

The finding foreshadows the next phase of medicine, where technology helps clinicians quickly determine the root cause of disease so they can give patients the right treatment sooner.


8 U College of Nursing faculty and alumni named American Academy of Nursing Fellows

The new fellows are evidence of the caliber of the College of Nursing.


Power walk

U engineers have developed powered exoskeletons to help amputees walk with less effort.


Roman noblewoman’s tomb reveals secrets of ancient concrete resilience

Study shows how changing chemistry in Roman mortar strengthens the tomb over time.