News Clips for May 27, 2020

University of Utah, Utah State will hold in-person classes this fall

At least two major universities in the state plan to reopen their campuses for in-person classes this fall — and more are likely to follow — though administrators stress that it will happen only with strict measures in place to sanitize and limit spreading the coronavirus among faculty and students.

Cancer doesn’t stop for COVID and neither can we

Catina Struble, American Cancer Society Community Development Manager spoke with Emily Clark today with ABC4 about the Relay for Life and what has changed this year with circumstances surrounding COVID-19.

Pac-12 to allow voluntary workouts for all sports starting June 15

Pac-12 football teams now have clearance to get back to work, albeit on a voluntary basis.

Is obesity a risk factor for coronavirus?

The family of 24-year-old Silvia Deyanira Melendez, who passed away ailing from the novel coronavirus, is now going to therapy to come to terms with the death of their family member.

Unsanctioned high school sports tournaments ahead — but school district rejects Jordan Cup

The Utah High School Activities Association may have pulled the plug on the spring sports season earlier this month, but that is not stopping schools from searching for ways to find games for their athletes.

AI identifies change in microstructure in aging materials

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists have taken a step forward in the design of future materials with improved performance by analyzing its microstructure using AI.