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News Clips | July 9-11, 2022

Manufacturing Process Innovations: A “Bessemer Moment” For Titanium?

I always have an eye out for major manufacturing process innovations because they can be highly disruptive to incumbent firms.

Utah’s abortion ban could decrease the number of OB-GYNs who study, work in the state

With new abortion restrictions in Utah comes concern about how it will affect training for OB-GYNs and how many will ultimately choose to practice in the state.

Texas women to travel farther, spend more for abortions after fall of Roe v. Wade

As states move to restrict abortion after the reversal of Roe vs. Wade, travel times and costs are expected to dramatically increase for Texans seeking out-of-state abortions.

Great Salt Lake in Utah hit a record low water level for second time in less than a year

Kayaker Brian Footen is using a 360 degree camera to capture a devastating sight: the diminishing size of Utah's Great Salt Lake.

Are inflation, high gas prices making travel a summer bummer?

New Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll shows high costs thwarting vacation plans.

Building is underway but Salt Lake City’s tiny home village still faces red tape

University of Utah graduate students are working as fast as they can to finish a tiny home for The Other Side village, a project of The Other Side Academy.

Guest opinion: Join our compact with Utah

For one day at the end of June, the University of Utah’s tour bus crisscrossed Northern Utah — from Herm’s Inn in Logan to the Great Salt Lake’s Farmington wetlands to the Roy headquarters of bicycle component maker ENVE Composites.

Biden’s cancer-fighting initiative wants to ban these substances. Will regulations hold?

Biden’s cancer-prevention policy attempts to tackle preventable, drug-related deaths, but proposed restrictions have had mixed reception.

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