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Notebook 2019

Notebook - 2019


Notebook magazine presents the students, alumni, faculty and supporters who make up the College of Science.

Catalyst 2019

Featured: Endowed Chairs of Chemistry, Curie Club, and alumnus: Victor Cee.

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Our DNA 2019

Featured: Ants of the World, CRISPR Scissors, and Alumni Profile - Nikhil Bhayani.

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Catalyst 2019

Featured: Methane- Eating Bacteria, Distinguished Alumni, Student and Alumni profiles.

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Spectrum 2019

Featured: Molecular Motors, Churchill Scholar, Dark Matter, and Black Holes.

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Our DNA 2019

Featured: The Startup Life, Monica Gandhi, Genomic Conflicts, and alumna Jeanne Novak.

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AfterMath 2018

Featured: A Love for Puzzles, Math & Neuroscience, Number Theory, and AMS Fellows.

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Discover 2018

The 2018 Research Report for the College of Science.

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Spectrum 2018

Featured: Dark Matter, Spintronics, Gamma Rays and Improving Physics Teaching.

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Catalyst 2018

Featured: Ming Hammond, Jack & Peg Simons Endowed Professors, Martha Hughes Cannon.

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Our DNA 2019

Fall 2019


OUR DNA, the School of Biological Sciences magazine, is published twice a year. If you do not currently receive our newsletter, please us at development@biology.utah.edu to be added to our mailing list.

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Spectrum 2020

Featured: 3D maps of the Universe, Perovskite Photovoltaics, and Dynamic Structure in HIV.

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Catalyst 2019

Featured: Endowed Chairs of Chemistry, Curie Club, and alumnus: Victor Cee.

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Our DNA 2020

Featured: Stories on Fruit Flies, Forest Futures and Student Success.

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Spectrum 2021

Featured: Student awards, distinguished alumni, convocation, and more.

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Spectrum 2021

Featured: New science building, faculty awards, distinguished alumni, and more.

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Aftermath 2021

Featured: Sound waves, student awards, distinguished alumni, convocation, and more.

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Notebook 2021

Featured: Student awards, distinguished alumni, convocation, and more.

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Notebook 2019

Featured: The New Faces of Utah Science, Churchill Scholars, and Convocation 2019.

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Our DNA 2021

Featured: Multi-disciplinary research, graduate student success, and more.

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Discover 2018

Research Report


Discover Magazine


2018 Research Report for the College of Science

 

This issue of Discover presents the stories and experiences of people who make the College of Science extraordinary. People just like you. You’re invited to discover the College in new and meaningful ways and to support our mission of student education, scientific discovery, and economic impact in Utah.

Featured Scientific Research
Scientific discoveries from each discipline in the College – Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics and Astronomy – are highlighted in this issue of Discover. Faculty members Leslie Sieburth, Scott Anderson, Christel Hohenegger, and Andrey Rogachev demonstrate how basic scientific research continues to impact and fuel Utah’s economy by providing new technologies and solutions.

School of Biological Sciences
In July, the Department of Biology was renamed the School of Biological Sciences to better represent the size and structure of the faculty research areas. The School has major thrusts in three research divisions: Cellular and Molecular, Ecology and Physiology, and Genetics and Evolution.

Imagine New Heights
The University of Utah is positioned to define the model of a 21st century University. The University's faculty, staff, and students conduct breakthrough research and scholarship, creating new knowledge, and translating those new discoveries and insights into practice – essential tasks to ensure Utah’s position in an increasingly competitive global environment. Imagine New Heights

  


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