Science & Medicine
The distancing effect of superstition, new depths in earthquake research, the mechanism that winds hamsters’ biological clocks, and trustworthy insight into brain processes.
Neurobiologist Clifton Ragsdale’s work advances the knowledge of understudied cephalopods.
A study of how cancer evades the immune system reveals promising therapeutic potential.
Astrophysicist Josh Frieman, PhD’89, works on the dark side, studying the night sky for insight into the accelerating expansion of the universe.
First-year medical students receive the symbol of the alliance between science and personal care.
Matthew Tirrell, Pritzker director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering, discusses the partnership between UChicago and Ben-Gurion University to make fresh drinking water cheaper and more plentiful.
Many more planets than previously known appear to have conditions that are just right for life.
Planets originally thought too hot to sustain life might be just right.