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Does life exist on other planets?

By researching ecosystems that resemble the parts of space most likely to harbor life, such as Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus, astrobiologists can better understand where the universe could support life.

A powerful transformation

After just one year in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, the number of Disability Studies minors has doubled.

Heart failure support teams

A team approach to cardiac care increases the chance of surviving severe complications from a heart attack.

Handcrafted innovative skating gear

A national short track team skater and an Olympic medalist and U entrepreneur student are modernizing the speed skating market.

Improving the odds of synthetic chemistry success

U chemists show how analyzing chemical reaction data can predict how reactions may proceed, potentially saving valuable time and resources in chemical research.

Limitation exposed in promising quantum computing material

Metallic surfaces are no longer protected as topological insulators become thinner.

Researchers solve how cells unfold proteins

The structure found may be used to advance efforts in developing more effective inhibitors and treatment of cancers.

Campus Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
Volunteers needed for UCREW

Housing & Residential Education is currently seeking support from university students, staff and faculty to help students move into their rooms.


New number, who dis?

It’s time to update your contacts for the UNP Hartland Partnership Center. Hartland now has all new phone and fax numbers.


Firework restrictions

The university and surrounding Salt Lake City neighborhoods are prohibited from using any kind of fireworks during the July holidays.


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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Construction & Commuter Updates

Road construction near the Huntsman Cancer Hospital starting soon.

What is mental health anyway?

Kevin Curtis, a licensed clinical social worker and the director of Crisis Services at U of U Health, joins Scope to discuss mental health and managing stress.

Humans of the U: Anahy Salcedo

“When I got to the U, I volunteered with an organization helping underserved communities find resources. Lots of parents wanted to sign their kids up for camps, but couldn’t get them to the location or couldn’t afford it. I thought Science in the Parks would be awesome here.”

Research Resources

Research announcements, upcoming events, new funding opportunities and more!

 
Campus Events

CAMPUS EVENTS

 
University of Utah Health Farmers’ Market
 
Red Butte Garden Outdoor Concert Series
 
Sundance Institute Summer Film Series
 
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