The suit, filed by Dominion Voting Systems, could be one of the most consequential First Amendment cases in a generation. “Disseminating ‘The Big Lie’ isn’t enough,” said RonNell Andersen Jones, a law professor and First Amendment scholar at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law. “It has to be a knowing lie.”
A new study of ancient mass extinction suggests that ancient high latitudes, to which early dinosaurs were largely relegated, regularly froze over, and that the creatures adapted an apparent key to their later dominance. Randall Irmis, curator of paleontology at the Natural History Museum of Utah, and specialist in early dinosaurs is quoted.
For more than seven years and three months, 36-year-old Nathan Copeland has lived with a brain-computer interface, which almost makes him a cybernetic being. Richard Normann, a bioengineering professor at the University of Utah in the 1980s, is mentioned.
“None of the states relish the prospect of major litigation, which would be phenomenally expensive and take a very long time, likely ending in the Supreme Court with no guarantee of final resolution there,” said Robert Adler, an emeritus water law professor at the University of Utah.
Over the decades, Utah has developed into a hub for direct sales. Dr. Levi Pace, a senior research economist from the Ken C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, spoke with KSL about its prominence in the state.
While some may think forced sterilization laws are in the past, Utah is one of 31 states that still has—and uses—them. In Utah, it is legal to forcibly sterilize a person with a disability. And that fact may surprise some people, University of Utah professor James Tabery said.
A conversation with University of Utah Health’s Dr. Amy Locke on innovative approaches to health care policy, new data from DHHS on health inequities related to COVID-19, and an update on the work of the One Utah Health Collaborative.
Sarah Winkler, assistant professor at the University of Utah who oversaw the project, said the team of about a dozen graduate students started in mid-May and completed the work on Aug. 3—in less than three months.
If you only view the Great Salt Lake from above, you’ll miss the greatest threat to the air we breathe here in northern Utah and beyond. But researchers are conducting a study on the ground level that aims to save the lake through education, one mile at a time. Kevin Perry, professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Utah, is featured.
A celebration of those who are working toward a more equitable and inclusive future in Utah. Ivette A. López, professor and director, Utah Area Health Education Centers, University of Utah, is among the winners.
People and windows were both left a bit rattled on Saturday morning, as a loud blast echoed across much of Utah. It didn’t take long for some really smart people to explain the most probable scenario—a noise-making meteor—suggested a theoretical astrophysicist at the University of Utah.
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