Research Team from Corning Incorporated Earn Nation’s Highest Honor for Accomplishments

A team of scientists formerly with Corning Incorporated in Corning, N.Y., will receive the 2003 National Medal of Technology, the nation’s highest honor for technology innovation, from President George W. Bush on March 14 at the White House. Read More

March, 2005 from the U

Building Partnerships and Bridging Disciplines

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library presents InfoFair 2005, an annual event sponsored by the University of Utah Health Sciences Center that provides up-to-date information on computer applications, resources and services as well as a glimpse into the future of computers and computing in the health sciences. This year\’s event is scheduled for Tuesday, March 29, 2005 and centers on building partnerships and bridging disciplines. Read More

U Seismologists Study Mining-Induced Earthquakes

The Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, the premier scientific journal dedicated to earthquake research, has just published a trio of articles about earthquakes caused by underground coal mining in east-central Utah. Read More

University of Utah Researchers Develop Mouse Model to Study Treatments for Blinding Diseases in Humans

Researchers at the University of Utah have developed genetically engineered mice that closely mimic what happens to humans who suffer from the juvenile, or dry, form of age-related macular degeneration. The findings are reported in the March 4, 2005 Early Online Edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Read More

U Campus Becomes More Environmentally Friendly

Recent moves to reduce pollutants and save energy are making The University of Utah more environmentally friendly. The most dramatic and immediate improvement is the cessation of using coal as a way to provide emergency electricity to its many buildings and operations. Read More