“When I was 16 years old, I was doing a roofing project at my grandma’s. She put a chair down in the middle of her yard and said, ‘I’m just going to sit here and make sure you don’t fall.’ But I’m the only one that can make sure I don’t fall off that roof. She couldn’t do it for me. Safety really starts and ends with the people doing the work.”
The U’s radiobiology professor Scott Miller is one of the only Americans still allowed to visit sensitive Russian sites.
The Marriott Library shares new Downwinders of Utah Archive, an interactive geospatial timeline depicting the story of the nuclear fallout related to atmospheric testing of the Nevada Test Site.