How Mohamed Noor, SMʼ95, PhDʼ96, uses science fiction to help students engage.
Why the invasive species Solenopsis invicta has thrived in Texas.
Grossman Institute scholars explore—and begin to explain—the brain’s vast complexities.
Retiring professor Michael LaBarbera’s Invertebrate Biology class concludes with a view of an “alien landscape.”
Chicago professors Jean Decety and John Cacioppo are bringing researchers together to focus on mutual influences between biology and social behavior.
Joining forces with the Marine Biological Laboratory, the University formalizes its long-standing links to a venerable scientific destination.
Talking reproduction with Robert Martin.
Scientist Michael LaBarbera searches for tiny sea creatures—brachiopods—in underwater caves, to help flesh out the evolutionary record.
Surprise specimens in the lab.
Biology professor Michael LaBarbera has spent his career immersing students—and himself—in an underwater world and the unending adventure of science.