Utah is one of the nation’s leaders in long-term science and engineering (S&E) workforce growth, according to a new analysis released by SSTI (the State Science and Technology Institute), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving initiatives that support prosperity through scie
After outgrowing two previous facilities in the University of Utah Research Park, Recursion Pharma now has room to expand both its staff and research processes in the 100,000-plus square feet of the cathedral-like anchor space at the north end of Gateway, across from Vivint Smart Home Arena.
While the success of Utah's booming high-tech sector has dominated headlines the past few years, a new report reveals the state's life sciences industry has been creating its own heavy-hitters, making enormous contributions to Utah's economy while flying mostly under the radar.
Stryker has operated in Utah since 2011. Since then, said Mark Paul, president of the company’s neurovascular division, “we’ve benefited from the talented workforce and first-rate education, research and healthcare facilities in the area.” (2 min. read)