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College of Science explores options for access to supercomputers

December 6, 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes When exercise science student Josh Zushi swabbed dogs’ mouths to collect DNA from the bacteria living in their saliva, the data was so complex that analyzing it nearly destroyed his laptop. The College of Science’s High-Performance Computing Committee is looking at options to improve access to supercomputing so researchers like Zushi can more easily process […]

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December 11, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Elizabeth Suggs | Staff Writer Photo courtesy of UVU Marketing   Physicists from UVU have found a new way to gauge the density of individual cells using acoustic levitation. The process of using acoustic levitation includes removing a cell culture from the subject, such as a cell from a suspicious tumor. The cell is then […]

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October 12, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Elizabeth Suggs | Staff Writer | [email protected] The UVU Rapid Development Center recently unveiled 3D printers in the Computer Science Building for use by students and partnered businesses. The new partnership between Stratasys and UVU will give students an opportunity to work with partnered businesses and get internships. According to Jesse Roitenberg, education manager […]

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October 5, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Elizabeth Suggs | Staff Writer | [email protected] An electric unicycle, Ninebot One, distributed locally by Jive Cycle, has come to UVU. According to Shawn Hinckley, UVU student and seller of Jive Cycle, Ninebot is popular in California, New York, Europe and most of Asia. The difference between a Segway and a Ninebot One, according to […]