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The Colliding Worlds of Arts and Healthcare

By Eliza Delgado, Arts Editor October 11, 2023

  When it comes to research, many people would assume it focuses on STEM topics such as engineering, computer science, chemistry or biology. However, science is expanding its horizons and has become...

Fred Adler writes equations inside his office at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Sept. 5, 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U Researchers Use Mathematical Models to Fight Cancer

By Harrison Wilson, News Writer October 5, 2023

  The University of Utah prides itself in its continual research in health and medicine. Especially when it comes to cancer research, the U is finding new ways to innovate. Fred Adler, director...

University of Utah Campus in Salt Lake on Oct. 11, 2020.

Student Involvement in U Studies Provides Great Opportunity and Benefits Community, Professor Says

By Stevie Shaughnessey, Home Stretch Producer, Host February 25, 2023

  For students who want to contribute to their community or conduct research on new topics, the University of Utah Study Locator provides a gateway to do so. With over 10 categories of studies,...

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Mindfulness Meditation Can Help Treat Addiction, New Research at the U Finds

By Stevie Shaughnessey, Home Stretch Producer, Host November 6, 2022

  A recent study at the University of Utah found that mindfulness training and meditation provides a natural high, and can be used to treat forms of addiction. Eric Garland, a distinguished...

Research presentations at the Utah State Capitol in Jan. 2020. Chronicle archives.

As COVID-19 Spreads Across the Globe, What Happens to Student Research?

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor March 23, 2020

  On March 12, the University of Utah announced that all courses would be moved to an online format and encouraged those living on-campus to move home if possible. As a tier R1 university,...

UTA TRAX light rail at the Us stadium stop | Chronicle archives

U Offers Travel Incentives for a Greener Planet

By Mandi Johansen April 17, 2019

  Many students and faculty on campus are aware of the poor air quality in Utah. The University of Utah is a commuter campus, meaning that many students don’t live on campus and must travel to...

University researchers from the Utah Smart Energy Laboratory working to protect the power grid against outages. Courtesy Masood Parvania.

U Receives Funding for Power Grid Research

By Mandi Johansen April 14, 2019

  Masood Parvania, an electrical and computer engineering assistant professor at the U and director of the Utah Smart Energy Laboratory, and his team were chosen to receive funding from the U.S....