1 hr ago
Google's Priya Sanger: budget woes brought legal community together
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.
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5 hrs ago
Clemson receives $5.3M to broaden cyberinfrastructure education, outreach
The National Science Foundation has awarded Clemson University a $5.3 million grant to enable a national network of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators to broaden the impact of advanced computing resources at campuses across the country.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Crowdsourced Rain Samples Map Hurricane Sandy's Evolution
A unique method to collect rain water samples during Hurricane Sandy has revealed the storm's chemical "signature" with a new level of detail.
Mathematical Patterns in Sea Ice Reveal Melt Dynamics
Some people call Ken Golden the "Indiana Jones" of mathematics due to his frequent excursions to remote, harsh parts of the world.
Salt Lake City Weekly
Run, Organize & Vote
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.
How Climate Change Spurred a 10,000-Year Ice Age Journey
The climate 25,000 years ago was cold, very cold. It was the height of the last ice age, and survival required desperate measures -- especially from those in Eurasia, where food and wood fuel ran low.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Good Vibes for Catalytic Chemistry
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.
In Reflexivity, Balance Dance Company Looks Forward, Not Back
The dancers' movements in "Adjacent Parts: For Mrs. A" were sometimes mechanical, sometimes explosive.
MomentumSOMEONE to have Your Back
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.
Salt Lake Tribune
Real Women Run offering training for candidates
Women who plan to run for public office this year can get a boost this weekend at a free event.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
From long-awaited graduation to a question mark
Nicholas Stanfill hoped to graduate with his classmates in May of this year, but after suffering from a spontaneous brain hemorrhage in July 2013 that left him with short-term memory loss, that goal may not be met.
Salt Lake Tribune
University of Utah approves 5.9 percent tuition hike
University of Utah trustees on Tuesday approved a tuition increase of up to 5.9 percent for next school year, a hike that would cost a full-time, in-state student another $438 a year.
Hurricane Sandy's Rainfall Decoded Via CrowdSourcing
The storm smash-up that morphed Hurricane Sandy into a hybrid weather monster left a chemical trail that scientists have decoded with the help of crowdsourced water samples.
Printing Plasmonic Devices
As with many pairs of technologies, there are advantages and disadvantages to electronics and fiber optics, as optics can achieve great bandwidths but electronics can be produce at very small scales.
Stolen passports a problem worldwide, expert says
The missing Malaysia Airlines flight has highlighted a worldwide problem that may or may not have to do with the disappearance of the aircraft: stolen passports.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Just turn your phone off. Apple's CarPlay may not be any safer than standard texting
Apple CarPlay may seem like a boon to people who love their iPhones as much as their cars , but it's already drawing criticism from safety advocates.
Loss of antioxidant protein Nrf2 represses regeneration of muscle lost to aging
Good news for lifelong exercisers: Along with its salutary effects on the heart, weight, and other facets of health, physical activity also helps to regenerate muscle mass, which tends to diminish as people age.
Squeezing light into metals
Using an inexpensive inkjet printer, University of Utah electrical engineers produced microscopic structures that use light in metals to carry information.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Q&A: Carlton Christensen, newly appointed director of development for Salt Lake County
He's certainly no stranger to the public eye in his own right. This past December, he retired from the Salt Lake City Council, where he served four terms for 16 consecutive years.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Michael Ballam to perform at Hearts and Hands in Harmony
The Southwest Symphony Orchestra is teaming up with the Doctors' Volunteer Clinic of St. George to raise funds.