For five decades, Stuart Rice and his doctoral students have had great chemistry.
Geophysicist Raymond Pierrehumbert studies global warming on Earth and the climate physics of distant planets.
A Pritzker School of Medicine course teaches observation skills through the study of art.
In a rare procedure, UChicago doctors give a patient a new heart, liver, and kidney.
Archaeologist Hannah Chazin searches for late Bronze Age artifacts in Armenia.
Amy Lehman envisions treating patients from isolated African villages aboard a hospital boat.
Cell biologist Stephanie Levi’s Night Labs series makes science accessible.
For 41 years Stanton Friedman, SB'55, SM'56, has traveled the world with a simple message: UFOs are real.
Nadrian Seeman, SB’66, uses DNA not to study biology but as a building block for nano-tiny structures.
Monica Vela, MD’93, who has faced health-care disparities as both a physician and a patient, teaches students about the issues that afflict underserved communities, inspiring many to reach out.