News Clips for June 8, 2018

UofU President Watkins visits USU, touts collaborations

Students might not care for getting up early, but when you’re a university president, it comes with the territory.

U doctor, students raise $975,000 for intubation tech

While treating people in Africa, University of Utah anesthesiologist Sean Runnels invented a suite of intubation tools for placing breathing tubes during medical procedures.

Yellowstone geyser erupts for eighth time in three months, stumping scientists

"The first thing that comes to my mind when I think back on it was just how loud it was, the roar of the eruption."

Salt Lake’s light rail trains are air quality sleuths

The light rail network in the Salt Lake City area already does a lot to improve air quality – its three lines move more than 67,000 people a day along 45 miles of track, saving countless car trips and sparing the air tons upon tons of petroleum-powered pollutants.

Steel Production Embraces the Future

The amount of energy needed for steel processing, and the associated costs, are set to decline as new technologies take hold.

Film Series justly ends its season with ‘RBG’

Park City Film Series Executive Director Katharine Wang considers Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a hero.“She is an incredible icon, and while generally a very quiet person, she

Ex-Attorney General Files $60M Lawsuit Over Corruption Case

Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff has sued several dozen officials and agencies involved in a failed corruption case against him.