News Clips | June 26-28, 2021

Scientist Finds Early Virus Sequences That Had Been Mysteriously Deleted

By rooting through files stored on Google Cloud, a researcher says he recovered 13 early coronavirus sequences that had disappeared from a database last year.

Living with a short sleep gene: 'It's a gift'

For as long as he can remember, Brad Johnson knew he was different.

Fact Check: The Facts – and Gaps – on the Origin of the Coronavirus

A year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic — and with a death toll approaching 4 million lives — how the coronavirus came to spark a global scourge remains unknown.

3 University of Utah gymnasts heading to Tokyo

The University of Utah gymnastics program will be well represented with three gymnasts at next month’s Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

As NIL goes into effect in some states on July 1, the University of Utah is ready to roll

Utes introduced their name, image, likeness plan for student-athletes earlier this month.

Vaccines, fires are life and death in Utah. What you can do about it, from the Editorial Board

It is up to each of us to fight off pandemic and wildfires by doing our own part.

Early Utah wildfires point toward a season ‘for the record books’

Some 57,000 acres had already burned before the official start of summer following a dry winter and major heat wave.

To Reduce Covid-19 Risks in Orchestras, Move Wind Instruments to the Sidelines

A study that simulated airflow and aerosol production in a concert hall suggests moving brass and woodwinds near air vents.