Science & Medicine
A UChicago collaboration uncovers the first-known semiaquatic dinosaur, the massive Spinosaurus, more than nine feet longer than T. rex.
Joining forces with the Marine Biological Laboratory, the University formalizes its long-standing links to a venerable scientific destination.
Neurobiologist Peggy Mason gives almost 55,000 students an online introduction to the brain.
Researcher Maud Slye’s (EX 1899) contentious career helped open the field of cancer genetics.
Astronomer Wendy Freedman, chair of the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization's board of directors, joins the faculty as a University Professor.
Argonne’s new director, Peter B. Littlewood, leads “dream teams” of scientists and engineers working to solve some of society’s most pressing challenges.
The 89 mummies at the Oriental Institute include 13 humans, four cats, and a monkey paw.