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News Clips | January 22-25, 2022

Utah researchers are testing a birth control for men

University of Utah Health researchers want to relieve some of the burden that women face with birth control.

The University of Utah receives one of five grants for intersectional studies

The School for Cultural and Social Transformation, or Transform, at the University of Utah is one of only five across the nation to receive a $517,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for an intersectional studies collective.

There’s a junkyard in space, and this University of Utah team has discovered a way to clean it up

In 1957, people around the globe looked skyward to see the world’s first man-made satellite, Sputnik (or what they thought was Sputnik—for most viewers, it was part of Sputnik’s rocket booster).

Gov. Cox increases support for U of U Reading Clinic as more students return to remote learning

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has increased support for the University of Utah Reading Clinic (UURC) as more schools return to remote learning in the face of the latest rise in COVID cases.

Growth rates may be declining in Utah, but it will still add millions in the coming decades

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute anticipates Utah’s population will also skew older in 40 years.

Extraordinary Black Hole–Unlike Any Other–Discovered in Neighboring Galaxy

The discovery, one of the only confirmed intermediate-mass black holes, lives in an equally rare object known as a low-mass, stripped nucleus.

Opinion: Prison education programs help inmates and the public

Exposure to higher education also opens incarcerated students’ minds to new interests and passions in ways that statistics cannot convey, helping them become better neighbors, family members, and citizens.

Utah doctor warns not to underestimate the omicron variant

The omicron COVID-19 variant is less severe but its effects can’t be underestimated especially when it comes to children.

Utah’s energy producers should learn to follow the sun, the Editorial Board writes

SITLA provides an example of how investments in sustainable energy can pay off.

Artificial Intelligence Could Help Detect Onset of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular diseases are diagnosed using an array of laboratory tests and imaging studies.

'We would rather play it safe': Some local businesses keep mask requirements as COVID-19 cases surge

Even as Utah hit more than 11,000 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday and Friday, the Utah State Legislature decided to terminate the mask mandate in both Salt Lake and Summit counties.

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