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News Clips | September 22, 2021

Pfizer Study of Covid-19 Vaccine in Pregnant Women Delayed by Slow Enrollment

Changing guidelines, possibility of being given placebo made trial unappealing to some expectant mothers.

Utah's legislature may block government COVID vaccine mandates

House Speaker Brad Wilson said legislation seeking to block the Biden administration's plans to mandate that businesses require the COVID-19 vaccine or weekly testing may be coming soon.

Coming to Utah this October: Communities of innovation elevating technology across the globe

University research park directors, planners, builders, scientists, and innovators from around the globe will gather in person and virtually this October 18-21 in Salt Lake City.

U of U research funding continues to grow in fiscal year 2021

University of Utah research funding continues to grow, totaling $641 million in fiscal year 2021 (FY21), which ended June 30.

U of U Health awarded funding to establish new Center of Excellence for Total Worker Health

The Utah Center for Promotion of Work Equity Research (U-POWER) reflects NIOSH’s long commitment to examining and promoting workplace safety and wellness.

Discovery points toward a new strategy for treating Parkinson’s disease

University of Utah Health scientists have identified a molecule that slows cells’ production of alpha-synuclein, a protein that forms toxic aggregates in the brains of people with Parkinson’s disease.

Salt Lake allocates $8M to combat housing crisis, increase affordable units

The Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City released $8 million in funding Tuesday for the construction and preservation of affordable housing projects.

The immune system 'goes rogue' after a stroke, but new research has found a way to block the pathway in mice

Researchers believe strokes are further complicated when the immune system "goes rogue," but what if we could block the immune pathway?

How Swiss cheese is helping the Tabernacle Choir to resume in-person rehearsals

Choir members are ‘overjoyed’ to be singing together again after more than 18 months apart.

Certainty about Belonging, Performance in a STEM Course Reinforce Each Other

Belonging insecurity in a first-year chemistry course can affect a student’s midterm scores.

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