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Summer/16

A by-the-numbers analysis of suicide terrorism.

Spring/16

Assistant professor of English Richard Jean So shows how a computer can help find nuance in prevailing literary assumptions.

Winter/16

Chicago Booth assistant professor Abigail Sussman explores our preoccupation with saving money at all costs.

Fall/15

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.

July–Aug/2015

Professor Sian Beilock explains how using the body helps students better learn science.

May–June/15

The discovery of two species suggests greater variety of the earliest mammaliaforms.

Mar–Apr/15

Carbon dioxide worries more Americans than global warming.

Jan–Feb/15

Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.

Nov–Dec/14

Finally, a dinosaur that swam.

Sept–Oct/14

Those who know medicine buy generics.

July–Aug/14

The 89 mummies at the Oriental Institute include 13 humans, four cats, and a monkey paw.

May–June/14

Why does winning awards make books less popular?