Science & Medicine
Crustacean gratification, an anosmia breakthrough, and more.
How a UChicago biochemist gained fame—and lost credibility—when he developed a midlife obsession with legendary creatures.
Questions for the UChicago physician and incoming dean for medical education.
What a surgeon learned from illness and grief in a pandemic year.
How Mohamed Noor, SMʼ95, PhDʼ96, uses science fiction to help students engage.
Sarah Cobey is putting her infectious disease expertise to work against the pandemic.
The Chicago school of meteorology found and made waves.
Meteorologist Tetsuya Theodore Fujita (1920–1998) led a tempestuous career.
Abraham Herzog-Arbeitman, SB’19, SM’19, makes a $26,000 suggestion: Let’s find out.
While the mysterious new disease spread, UChicago Medicine researchers brought long-held expertise to a new common cause: helping COVID-19 patients.
The mysteries of coloration, revealed.