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News Clips | October 6, 2021

If These Walls Could Talk

Richard Kletting's buildings define Salt Lake City. They're also vanishing.

New study suggests ‘rebound effect’ is cutting into emissions reductions efforts

About 12% of energy production in the U.S. comes from renewable sources—such as wind, solar and geothermal.

Is social media harming women and girls? Experts say it's not unlikely

As lawmakers look to understand the impacts of Facebook and Instagram on kids, 2News sat down with a local expert on media and body image to better understand their affects.

Southern Utah educators, schools already seeing benefits of ‘Grow Your Own Teacher’ program

State and local education officials have been grappling with a looming teacher shortage for some time.

The pre-pandemic plan for US and Wuhan scientists to develop new coronaviruses

Leaked 2018 grant proposal fuels theory that Covid-19 was created in lab.

Three U of U Health researchers win the 2021 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Justin English, Ph.D., assistant professor of biochemistry; Jim Heys, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology; and Stefano Brigidi, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology are among 64 recipients of the 2021 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.

Medical experts urge eligible Utahns to get a COVID-19 booster shot

11 more Utahns died of the coronavirus, the state Health Department reported Tuesday.

Takeaways from the 2020 reports on sexual assaults at Utah colleges

Schools across the state saw lower numbers, but experts say that can be misleading.

Vaccine swastika protest display offensive says U. history professor

A professor of history at the University of Utah weighed in Tuesday on images of a vaccine swastika, or a swastika made of syringes, at a vaccine protest over the weekend.

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