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News Clips | October 27, 2021

The shifting sands of ‘gain-of-function’ research

The mystery of COVID’s origins has reignited a contentious debate about potentially risky studies and the fuzzy terminology that describes them.

Social work advocacy critical to address digital divide as social justice issue

A University of Kansas professor is co-author of a new article that argues broadband access is a human rights issue and social justice matter as marginalized communities are left behind in the digital divide.

Demystifying Fog

Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson speak with Zhaoxia Pu, a professor and researcher from the University of Utah who is helping lead a study on the origins and conditions behind fog.

Utah’s housing shortage ‘will take years to put in balance’ as home prices surge

Did you buy a home in the last few weeks? You likely paid $120,000 more than you would have a year ago based on a new report from Utah real estate experts.

Meet our 2021 Healthcare Heroes

In partnership with the Roseman University of Health Sciences, Utah Business is proud to honor those who have made it their mission to improve the state of health in Utah during our annual Healthcare Heroes event.

Star partier travels the state to show the heavens

Paul Rickett is a staff member of University of Utah and a party animal.

‘From Scratch’ digs up David Moscow’s roots in Utah

“It is really a Utah-based episode, because it not only takes place in Wanship just outside Park City,” Moscow said. “It also takes place in Escalante Valley and all around Salt Lake City.”

Giving COVID-19 vaccine to kids ‘will help us get the pandemic under control,’ Utah pediatrician says

Utah kids ages 5 to 11 could start getting the vaccine as soon as Nov. 8, after FDA panel’s advisory ruling Tuesday.

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