Philosopher Irad Kimhi teaches unhappiness in his own way.
Playing UChicago’s latest alternate reality game.
Autism shows a correlation to environmental toxins, the adipose fin may not be so vestigial after all, economists revisit the effects of an early-childhood program 49 years later, and an ancient weather report gets a new translation.
In mathematics and running, fourth-year Sarah Peluse puts up impressive numbers.
Mathematics historian Judith Victor Grabiner, SB’60, teaches math to the liberal arts masses.
In 17th century anatomical drawings, death—and life—were much more present than in today’s medical textbooks.
Chicago trader David Frohardt-Lane, SM’00, put his statistics education to lucrative use.
Prehistoric sharks that migrated like salmon, African Americans’ long commutes, babies’ nuanced social observations, and genetic findings that complicate the story of how dogs evolved from wolves.
A bacterium pits the immune system against itself, the divergent genetics of assocated diseases, labor’s shrinking piece of the pie, and how place influences transgender acceptance.
Nearly half of young people report experiencing online abuse—and they're changing the way they respond.