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Ordain Women co-founder Kate Kelly has lost her final appeal to regain membership in the Utah-based LDS Church. The activist, who is pushing for female ordination to the all-male Mormon priesthood, received word Saturday from her former lay leader in …

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Notes jotted down from meetings and conversations are written on the windows of Recursion Pharmaceuticals' offices in Research Park at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Monday, December 8, 2014. Recursion Pharmaceuticals is a start-up company at the University of Utah and It's scientists and engineers are taking an unusual approach to drug development, and hope to develop 100 drugs in 10 years. The company says it's strategy is two-fold. Instead of targeting specific molecular targets for a disease, Recursion makes a human cellular model of the disease and then targets the resulting phenotype (its observable characteristics of the cell) by testing the ability of compounds to restore misshapen and diseased human cells to their normal appearance and function. Doing so is a good predictor of a drug’s success or failure.  And instead of starting from scratch with a new compound, their business model is to partner with manufacturers to salvage and repurpose drugs that passed early safety trials but never made it to market. Utah company gets NIH grant to help with repurposing drugs for rare diseases
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  • A watch tower is seen in front of the Wasatch facility during a media tour Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, at the Utah State Correctional Facility in Draper, Utah. Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he's opposed to the idea of allowing a state commission to pick a location to build a new prison instead of leaving the decision with the Legislature. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, Pool) Prison move will be decided by Legislature, not the relocation commission
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  • FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2015, file photo, Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (1) drives past Sacramento Kings guard Ben McLemore (23) as Jason Thompson (34) watches during an NBA basketball game in Chicago. Rose will have surgery on his right knee for the second straight season. The team announced Tuesday night, Feb. 24,  that Rose was feeling pain in his knee, and an exam and MRI confirmed a medial meniscus tear. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File) Jones: After latest injury, can Derrick Rose reclaim his stardom?
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Brighton's Derek Devashrayee (14) walks off of the court as members of the Layton basketball team celebrate winning the 5A championship game at the Dee Events Center Saturday February 28, 2015.  Layton defeated Brighton 48-46. 5A boys’ basketball: Layton fights off Brighton for state title (with video)
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