Awards and recognition for the students and faculty of the College of Science.
Isaac Martin receives the U’s sixth straight Churchill Scholarship.
Climate change is making allergy season last longer.
Luisa Whittaker-Brooks awarded prestigious 2021 Sloan Research Fellowship.
Dr. Gail Zasowski, assistant professor of the Department of Physics & Astronomy, has been named a 2021 Cottrell Scholar.
NASA engineer and Physics alumni speaks on the Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars.
Ken Golden brings the principles of mathematics to some of Earth’s most remote and most vulnerable environments.
Established in 1967 by University of Utah alumnus and Physics Professor Peter Gibbs. By 1970, the University had hosted 10 Nobel laureates for public Frontiers lectures. By 1993, when Gibbs retired, the Frontiers organizers had hosted another 20 laureates. Today, Frontiers of Science is the longest continuously-running lecture series at the University of Utah.
Panel of experts answer questions on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Research Report features Biology, Chemistry, Math, and Physics stories, Overcoming Covid, and Lab Safety.