New York Times writer, Thomas L. Friedman, shared his thoughts from his new book with business and political leaders and MBA students at Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute symposium.
Technologies on display at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, range from smart lenses to an improved movement controller to aid quadriplegics.
Microsoft Hololens, 3-D printing, workshops and more now at the Marriott Library.
Aaron Fischer, assistant professor of school psychology, observes, interacts, engages and intervenes in rural classrooms through telepresence technology.
Harvard’s Journalist’s Resource story examining reporters’ personal identities online features research by U communication professor Avery Holton.
More than 1,000 Microsoft Online Learning courses are now available free-of-charge to U students, staff and faculty.
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The U’s legislative wrap-up, Treetop Barbie created by U researcher, faculty awards and more.
This year’s Natural History Museum of Utah’s Lecture Series—Envisioning the Future—four speakers will examine revolutionary, cutting-edge innovations in the areas of medical science, astrobiology and technology.
Interested in projects students, faculty and staff have done to make campus more sustainable? Now you can—interactively.