News Clips | July 17-19, 2021

3D Printed Fossil Replicas Reveal Lifestyle Of Ancient Cephalopods

David Peterman, Kathleen Ritterbush and their colleagues at University of Utah took 3D printed reconstructions of fossil cephalopods to actual water tanks (including a University of Utah swimming pool) to see how their shell structure may have been tied to their movement and lifestyle.

See photos from Garth Brooks’ record-breaking performance at the University of Utah

Garth Brooks took the stage at the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium Saturday night in a performance the country music superstar said he’s “been waiting for.”

Buses to collect more real-time air quality data in Salt Lake County

Routes will help detect more pollution hot spots, including in the valley’s west side.

Here’s when children under 12 can get COVID-19 vaccines

FDA officials said children under 12 can expect COVID-19 vaccines sometime this winter.

Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah Begin Construction on New Campus in Herriman

The Juniper Building is the first at the SLCC Herriman Campus, where students will be able to earn two- and four-year degrees from SLCC and the University of Utah.

Utah To Be Well Represented At Summer Olympics In Tokyo

Nine current or former University of Utah athletes will find themselves representing a combined four different countries over the next few weeks at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

ONE OF UTAH'S MOST UNIQUE NATURAL TREASURES IS DISAPPEARING

The water level in Utah's Great Salt Lake today is inches away from a 58-year low, state officials say, and Western drought conditions fueled by the climate crisis have exacerbated conditions.