Science ambassadors

A U biology professor stretches the possibilities of science communication by bringing the beauty of science to people and places that others have overlooked.

MAKING A MURDERER

New seminar course and public event at S.J. Quinney College of Law explores flaws in the criminal justice system through the lens of the popular Netflix documentary series, which examines the murder of Teresa Halbach and the two Wisconsin men convicted of killing her.

HUGE LANDSLIDE SHAPED ZION NATIONAL PARK

U study dates slide to 4,800 years ago. The disaster dammed the Virgin River and created a lake that lasted 700 years until it filled with sediment, producing the canyon enjoyed by millions of visitors today.

STUDENTS TAKE FRONT SEAT IN MURDER CASE

Rob Butters enlisted the help of U students in his Forensic Social Worker class to work on a case giving them real-life experience in the field.

What are the limits of ice?

The smallest nanodroplet of water in which ice can form is only as big as 90 water moleculesβ€”a tenth the size of the smallest virus.