A Cup for Better Diagnosis

A wireless urine flow meter system leveraging cloud-hosting, smart phones and patented capacitance-based sensors by Stream DX has transformed a standard in-clinic urology procedure into a simple, at-home test to improve diagnosis and monitoring of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), affecting more than 16.5M patients in the U.S. “This will improve quality and efficiency of […]

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Wedging the Internal Gap

As a biomedical engineering major, Brian Cottle, in his sophomore year at the U, developed “The Wedge.” It is used for abdominal muscle endurance testing in clinics that study intra-abdominal pressure. It allows clinics to consistently measure someone’s abdominal strength. You’re probably wondering, “What’s the point?” According to the National Center for Health, 24 percent […]

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A Portable Arcade System

U student Nick Mountz and high school classmate Dalton Clift combined a passion for technology and an entrepreneurial spirit to create Microcade, a small, portable, modifiable and stylish arcade cabinet, with support for over 35 consoles and other classic arcade systems. The Microcade features a 9-inch HD display, eight authentic arcade push buttons and an […]

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U of U President Fitted for New Suit

U student Trapper Roderick fitted President David W. Pershing for a custom suit in Pershing’s office at the University of Utah in fall 2017. Pershing is among numerous high-profile clients, ranging from developers and bankers to religious leaders and professional athletes, to get a tailored suit from Roderick’s company, True Gentleman. Learn more at truegentlemansupply.com. […]

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