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Superior's Transportation and Logistics Research Center has been awarded full membership in the Council of University Transportation Centers.
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Help the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center celebrate its new digs and expanding offerings by stopping by today, March 15, for its Grand Opening Open House at 973 Islington St. in Portsmouth.
You may not have noticed but the World Wide Web turned 25 two days ago. On March 12, 1989 Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal which defined the beginnings of the World Wide Web.
Brooklyn Reading Works will present "New Plays by Brooklyn Playwrights," featuring Troy Deutsch's "Bull Shark Attack", Angela Hanks' "Good Latimer", new work by Lizzie Olesker, and composer/lyricist Mary Lloyd-Butler's "Hide and Seek", curated by Rosemary Moore, at The Old Stone House , Fifth Avenue and 3rd Street, in Brooklyn on Thursday, March 20 ... (more)
Last week, I talked about my adversities leading to peace as I continue to meet my own day-to-day challenges.
Higher education leaders marked their best year at the Utah Legislature since the recession hit, especially at Utah Valley University and other open-enrollment schools that will benefit from $50 million designed to equalize per-student funding across the state public system.
As the world celebrates Pi Day on Friday, a movement is growing that claims pi--the ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference--is wrong.
The Deseret News assembled a panel to review the many benefits of theater for young audiences in recognition of the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People.
Finalist, Community Champion category: Priya Sanger, Corporate Counsel, Products and Payments, Google Inc. Birthplace: Hyderabad, India Education: B.A., Latin/classics, Smith College; J.D., University of Utah.
A unique method to collect rain water samples during Hurricane Sandy has revealed the storm's chemical "signature" with a new level of detail.
Some people call Ken Golden the "Indiana Jones" of mathematics due to his frequent excursions to remote, harsh parts of the world.
With the Legislature wrapping up, most Utahns might be burned-out on politics, but now - more than ever - is the time to plan for your political future.
SALT LAKE CITY, March 12, 2014 - University of Utah chemists discovered how vibrations in chemical bonds can be used to predict chemical reactions and thus design better catalysts to speed reactions that make medicines, industrial products and new materials.
The dancers' movements in "Adjacent Parts: For Mrs. A" were sometimes mechanical, sometimes explosive.
There is one, and only one, answer to America's burgeoning national debt, now in the many trillions of dollars and seemingly impossible to repay.