Handcrafted Skating Gear

Exploring the culture and advancement of the fastest sport on ice, NALZA is dedicated to the production of premium handcrafted skating gear. With the combination of functionality, durability, and premium design, NALZA is modernizing and changing the speed skating market. The co-founders of NALZA are J.R. Celski, an Olympic medalist and entrepreneur student at the […]

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Analyzing Inversions

Chris Rapp is a senior in atmospheric sciences at the University of Utah who developed a diagram explaining the relationships between meteorological variables, size of particles, and various pollutants that make up the inversion. The warm colored intersections on the diagram are positively correlated and the cool colors are negatively correlated with crosses representing no […]

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Everyone Deserves a Good Night’s Sleep

When Joseph Arrington was a child, he dreaded sleeping. Arrington, a University of Utah graduate student with an MBA, has suffered from various sleeping disorders, like sleep paralysis and sleep terrors, since his youth, and as an adult, he wanted to find a new solution to the parasomnias. His answer was a company — Beacon […]

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Making Research More Inclusive

The University of Utah has various ways for students to get involved in the Tier-1 research conducted all over campus. When Jae Miner, a senior in anthropology, learned about the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) at the U, they (Miner’s preferred pronoun) jumped on it. “I did anthropology research with human subjects, where I studied […]

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