Culturally shared false memories, a smart and stretchy computing chip, and a smell test for dementia.
Dental expert turned forensic scientist Wilmer Souder, PhD 1916 (1884–1974), testified against mobsters, fraudsters, and murderers.
Adam Lowenstein, AM’94, PhD’99, reconsiders the role of “the other” in horror.
John Snyder, AB’56, gives new life to the lost and discarded.
Computer science and social science join forces to plumb the digital divide.
An ovarian cancer breakthrough, the statistics of rare events, nanocrystal communication, and a dark matter detector.
A Special Collections exhibition charts medical history through its imagery.
A selection of alumni whose names are in the news
Kenneth Sembach, AB’88, leads the mission to find the universe’s first light.
Health care disparities, CBD, and bat ears.
A selection of UChicago alumni whose names are in the news.
Two scholars in sound studies discuss golden age of radio dramatist Arch Oboler’s (EX’36) acoustic tricks.