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Making Diagnoses Simpler

To diagnose patients with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), an inflammatory disease that disrupts the esophagus, current medical knowledge requires anesthesia and an endoscopy. This time-consuming and invasive process, combined with the low likelihood of a patient having EoE, leads doctors to sidestep testing for it. However, professor Christopher Gregg’s lab at the University of Utah didn’t […]

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A Futuristic Privacy Garment

Anyone who has squeezed into a crowded airplane knows that travel can be a serious invasion of privacy. The average person reserves a 12-foot radius for social space, and ever-shrinking travel accommodations rarely leave room for a personal bubble. Jackson Kerbs, a junior studying multi-disciplinary design, combined his interests in product design and fashion to […]

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