For a few years, the small building across from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts sat dormant. Many U students had never seen the doors open. The place raised questions: why was it never open? Why was there a bicycle on the roof? Was it a storage shed for maintenance?
This summer, high school students from the Salt Lake area came to the University of Utah to participate in hands-on research in image analysis of the human brain.
After 10 days of weather delays at the end of March and beginning of April, a team from the University of Utah and NASA were able to investigate the physical properties of a firn aquifer in southeast Greenland.