Computational biologist John Novembre uses statistics to understand human genetic history.
John B. Goodenough, SM’50, PhD’52, the father of the lithium-ion battery, sparked the wireless revolution. Now, at 94, he’s working on the next breakthrough.
Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves a century ago. Daniel Holz was part of the team of scientists that finally found them last fall.
New research explains sustained eruptions on an icy moon of Saturn.
A worm glamour shot reveals the unexpected beauty of science.
Doctors are taught to fight death—but it’s a losing battle. Some are looking beyond biomedicine to help them better communicate with patients about the end of life.
The Division of the Physical Sciences celebrates UChicago’s 125th anniversary.