Chiura Obata was among thousands incarcerated during World War II because of their Japanese ancestry.
An analysis of almost 15,000 ice sheets in the region shows they are shrinking 10 times faster now than in previous centuries.
Electrical currents and blood tests could be used with mammograms to find breast cancer earlier, researchers say.
The Utah Legislature and Gov. Spencer Cox put their final stamps of approval on the next generation of Utah’s political boundaries last month.
A U. Professor is part of a team of researchers who found a link between extinction of ancient grazers and the rise of fires.
What will happen next with the omicron variant? Here’s what experts have to say.
They were a start, experts say, but a lot more storms are needed.
Oil and gas production in the Uinta Basin has slowed down over the past five years, but harmful natural gas leaks into the atmosphere remain high.
I am currently a student of the University of Utah taking a “Migrants and Communities” course.