Rumor has it that artificial intelligence image recognition sees giraffes everywhere—but that might be a stretch.
Justin Kasper, AB’99, once built a working nuclear reactor for Scav. Now he’s built an equally impossible instrument for NASA’s Parker Solar Probe.
By treating violence as a public health issue, UChicago Medicine trauma experts seek to transform care on Chicago’s South Side.
In CAR T-cell therapy, the immune system gets a boost that can be lifesaving.
For the UChicago doctors and molecular engineers working to enlist our own immune systems in the battle against cancer, successes and setbacks alike are critical to making the next leap.
A note from the dean of the Physical Sciences Division.
Science and emotion in A Wrinkle in Time.
Angela Olinto brings high energy to the deanʼs office.
Astrophysicist Brian Nord looks for lenses through AI eyes.
Computer scientists Heather Zheng, Ben Zhao, and Blase Ur mine data to study behavior and expose security flaws.
Even Nobel Prize–winning physicists get distracted in class.
In three weeks, there are just over 500 hours. The students in the Marine Biological Laboratory’s September intensive courses tried to use them all.