News Clips for Oct. 12, 2018

U. players bring game and anti-bullying message to elementary students

When you're 6 feet 3 inches tall, a Division I basketball player and shooting hoops on an elementary school playground, odds are most of the shots you put up will go in. But Megan Huff, who plays forward for the University of Utah and last season was named to the Pac-12 Women's Basketball All-Conference Team, was less concerned about hers going in as those attempted by students at Parkside Elementary School during lunch recess Thursday

Here’s what the U. newspaper looked like in 1892

Every edition of the The Daily Utah Chronicle, University of Utah’s student newspaper, for its first 100 years of existence is now available online, adding to the growing number of Utah newspapers digitized to be available to the public.

JAR Lecture to cover ‘How there got to be so many of us’

Associate Professor Karen Kramer is presenting the XLVII Journal of Anthropological Research (JAR) Distinguished Lecture, “How there got to be so many of us: The evolutionary story of population growth and a human life history of cooperation.’’

Infectious Diseases and Transplantation—A Look Ahead

A Meet-the-Professor session at ID Week 2018 held in San Francisco, California, took a look at the infectious disease risks posed by transplantation and what the future might have in store as the scope of transplantation expands.

Salt Lake City recognizes business leadership in enhancing energy efficiency, reducing pollution

Salt Lake City’s Department of Sustainability is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Elevate Buildings Awards, highlighting organizations that have taken action to enhance the energy performance of their buildings.

4 years in a row! No Indian varsity in 100 World’s Most Innovative Universities 2018; check full list

The Reuters list for top 100 World’s Most Innovative Universities of 2018 which was released by the news agency earlier today has no Indian varsity on it. The Reuters’ ranking recognises universities from across the world for their work in inventing new technologies, advance science and power new markets and industries.

'I don't want to end up brain dead': How concussions affect football in Delmarva

Ryan Wood was no stranger to concussions when he was tackled one game as a high school football player in Texas. A hit to the head followed up by a fall to the ground left Wood dizzy, confused and in pain. As he went to the sideline, the senior was in concussion protocol – a method used by coaches and trainers to determine whether an athlete is healthy enough for athletics following a blow to the head.