A new material developed by Argonne scientists could revolutionize oil spill cleanup.
Twins Laurie and Lynne Butler—one a UChicago chemistry professor, the other a double alumna—discuss math, horses, and a college boyfriend who never got them confused.
Three mathematicians team up to advance Zimmer’s conjecture. Yes, that Zimmer.
A mixture of theory and practice helps statistician Rina Foygel Barber, SM’09, PhD’12, optimize her results.
How Ken Ono, AB’89, found life in and outside of math.
By studying handedness, psychologist Daniel Casasanto hopes to understand the relationship between body and mind.
The Magazine sits down with the leader of the University’s new level I adult trauma center.
Graduate student Benjamin Blanchard’s enthusiasm about ants fuels his scientific research.
Dresselhaus, PhD’59, was a model for women and scientists everywhere.
Pioneering pathologist Nancy Warner, SB’44, MD’49, is helping other women scholars follow in her path.