NIPPING AIDS IN THE BUD

U researchers Saveez Saffarian and Mourad Bendjennat believe Protease might become a friend instead of foe in fighting HIV.

FACULTY WIN GOVERNOR’S MEDALS

Four faculty members from the U are among 11 winners of the 2015 Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology.

DETECTING DNA DAMAGE

Utah chemists find new way to detect DNA damage that can lead to disease-causing mutations.

9 not-so-spooky bat facts

With Halloween around the corner, Teri Orr, a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Biological Sciences who studies bats, dispels some myths that make people fear them.

A YEAR IN RESEARCH

From defending the dark, a formula to predict attraction to infotainment in cars and bovine-burying badger: A look back at the innovative and ground-breaking research being done at the U in 2017.

SHOWING U THE ROPES

Theoretical climbing rope could brake falls; now mathematicians need material to make it a reality.

TOP FAVORITE PICKS

Read how the U’s colleges and departments hard work and accomplishments in 2017 are making a big impact.

ESCAPING WILDFIRES

New study the first to map escape routes for wildland firefighters from the air

PARTNERSHIP WITH REAL TEETH

One might wonder how the School of Dentistry and the Marriott Library would be partners. Strange bedfellows you say? Not at all.