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News Clips | July 14, 2022

How 3-D-printed robotic ammonites are helping bring ancient fossils to life

Fossils have long provided scientists with a glimpse at the diversity of past lifeforms on planet Earth.

Utah's Great Salt Lake is drying out, threatening ecological, economic disaster

Utah's Great Salt Lake dropped to its lowest recorded level this month amid a two-decade drought, a grim milestone as researchers and politicians point to grave threats to wildlife and people along its receding shores.

Salt Lake City has no more affordable neighborhoods, as gentrification turns ‘scary’

New study warns Utah’s capital city has seen its affordable neighborhoods dwindle and is losing diversity, with many residents “cost burdened” by rents and poised to move away.

DOE announces finalists of Geothermal Lithium Extraction Prize

The US Department of Energy announced the finalists in the $4-million American-Made Geothermal Lithium Extraction Prize, a competition supporting innovations that help lower the costs and reduce the environmental impacts of extracting lithium from geothermal brines.

Rehab Hospital Uses Landscape As Healing Tool

The Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital at the University of Utah Health Sciences Campus is part of a transformation project to create a new “heart” of the campus and enhance the environments in which care is delivered.

What does 'plead the Fifth' mean? Will the Trumps do it?

Donald Trump and two of his children—Donald Jr. and Ivanka—are due, in the coming days, to face questioning under oath in New York's civil investigation into their business practices. But will the Trumps answer?

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