The costs to create new innovations are increasing, according to a USU researcher, likely leading to a future that's different than we'd imagined.
Are you even an Aggie if you haven't participated in a cow-milking contest?
According to The World Health Organization and an immunologist who has studied coronaviruses at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, the virus droplets can live on surfaces like glass and hard plastics for up to 96 hours.
Series: USU Pride: How Faculty, Staff and Students are Involved with LGBTQIA+ Research and Projects
To celebrate Pride Month in June, Utah State Today is highlighting university employees and students who are conducting research, academic pursuits and other projects related to or that benefit the LGBTQIA+ community.
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