The fine print

University of Utah engineers developed a process to 3-D-print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons.

Food truck round up

You can taste the world thanks to the food trucks on campus.

U-led consortium improves medical device design

The effectiveness of medical devices comes down to one simple question: Is it usable or not? A U-led consortium helps manufacturers design more usable devices.

Balancing art and architecture

The Obert C. and Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah presents the 2019 Tanner Lecture on Human Values given by artist and designer, Maya Lin, Nov. 20, 2019, at 7 p.m. at Kingsbury Hall.

WHY VULTURES MATTER

University of Utah researchers highlight ecosystem and human impacts of vulture declines.

A SCIENTIFIC FISTFIGHT

U study set off renewed debate over the theory that the human hand evolved not only for manual dexterity, but so prehistoric human relatives could make clenched fists to protect hand bones during fights over females.

Barbara Tanner: The well-lived life

Tanner was a community leader, humanitarian, human rights activist, philanthropist and elementary education alumna of the University of Utah.

A SEAT AT THE CRISPR TABLE

Families will soon have to grapple with difficult questions as gene-editing technology becomes a tool to edit the mutations underlying genetic diseases in humans.