Huntsman Cancer Institute investigators are seeing promising results in fighting melanoma.
U geologists use sensors to measure the soundness of Utah’s red rock arches; researchers developing a long-lasting, self-activating “smart” insulin; and how living at high altitude can lead to depression
A U professor’s innovation connects high-risk prisoners in solitary confinement to nature, and new software not only detects and eradicates never-before-seen viruses and other malware, but also automatically repairs damage
U biochemists find a potential new tool to combat the Ebola virus, a new online tool to help combat asthma, and a special material that could lead to cost-effective, superfast computers that perform lightning-fast calculations but don’t overheat
University of Utah electrical engineers have invented a way to boost solar cell efficiency by more than 50 percent.
A new Center for Genetic Discovery, a test to assess genetic risk for breast cancer, and small plasma devices that resist high radiation are all recent developments at the U.
Outdoor recreation equipment for spinal cord injury patients, new findings in brain theory, and identification of an immunodeficiency disorder mutation are all recent developments at the U.
A ski pole equivalent of a Swiss Army knife, a 3-D visualization tool to aid biological research, and a portable outdoor power source are all innovations developed at the U.
Less toxic semiconductors, imaging to help understand Down syndrome, and more are showcased in this new section on the U’s research and health innovations.