Chemistry in pictures

…his students’ insights with the world. A few other examples: Testing blood Protein denaturation Find more Chemistry in Pictures assignments here. Developing the assignment For years, Richmond has been asking…

Why masking and testing continues

…acknowledge why we were wearing masks for the past year. COVID-19 is a very serious disease that caused a great deal of illness, death and sorrow for many people. As…

Overconfidence in news judgement

and false claims about current events and report higher willingness to share false content, especially when it aligns with their political leanings.” Prior research suggests it may be individuals’ lack…

Evacuating under dire wildfire scenarios

…altruism. “The world is dealing with situations that exceed our worst-case scenarios,” said lead author Thomas Cova, professor of geography at the U. “Basically we’re calling for planning for the

Will COVID-19 become a seasonal nuisance?

…response between virus exposure and disease severity. A person exposed to a small dose of virus will be more likely to get a mild case of COVID-19 and shed small…

Beyond a moment of solidarity

…personally and collectively to further this work, so that his death, and the death of so many others, will not be in vain. Our commitment is explicit, to work together…

May 17 town hall on telecommuting and parking

…FAQ for managers and supervisors on telecommuting. https://youtu.be/aHu1APG1Sy0 Webinar transcript Chris Nelson, communications director: I want to welcome everybody to our May town hall meeting. Today’s town hall is focused…

Ranked-Choice Voting gives voice to diverse electorate

…RCV model for the first time to determine the party’s presidential nominee and allocate delegates for the national convention. According to the model used in Alaska, Hawaii, Kansas, Nevada and

Mindfulness

…decades of studies demonstrate that mindfulness in medicine improves quality of life for both the patient and the healer. Happy patients. Regular mindfulness practice, as a complement to standard medical…

Mindfulness and comfort in the face of racism

…at: https://accelerate.uofuhealth.utah.edu/connect/how-to-respond-with-compassion-when-someone-is-hurt-by-racism Jean Whitlock and Trinh Mai, “How to Respond with Compassion when Someone is Hurt by Racism”, Accelerate University of Utah Health curriculum, Aug. 27, 2020. Available at: https://accelerate.uofuhealth.utah.edu/connect/how-to-respond-with-compassion-when-someone-is-hurt-by-racism…