A Chapin Hall study finds higher rates of youth homelessness than previously reported.
UChicago computer scientists created a computer program that can write fake restaurant reviews.
Two experiments reveal the genetic connections between fins and digits.
A by-the-numbers analysis of suicide terrorism.
Assistant professor of English Richard Jean So shows how a computer can help find nuance in prevailing literary assumptions.
Chicago Booth assistant professor Abigail Sussman explores our preoccupation with saving money at all costs.
As a researcher, Caroline Albertin, SM’12, a PhD student in organismal biology and anatomy, has always been partial to weird animals: mussels, centipedes, cave fish—and cephalopods.
Professor Sian Beilock explains how using the body helps students better learn science.
The discovery of two species suggests greater variety of the earliest mammaliaforms.
Carbon dioxide worries more Americans than global warming.
Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.
Finally, a dinosaur that swam.