Science & Medicine

Summer/15

Physics professor Henry Frisch shares a piece of atomic history.

Summer/15

Physicist, engineer, and violinist Mildred Dresselhaus, PhD’59, forged lasting bonds at UChicago.

06.23.2015

Radiation oncologist Andrew Howard uses comics to help patients understand cancer biology.

06.29.2015

Hall of fame astronaut John Grunsfeld, SM’84, PhD’88, recalls how the University of Chicago trained him for NASA.

Spring/15

Wendy Freedman calculated when the universe began. Now she wants to see it happen.

June/15

The latest sky maps produced by Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope combine seven years of observations.

06.12.2015

Q&A with paleontologist and postdoctoral researcher Nizar Ibrahim.

Spring/15

Geophysical Sciences’ David Archer has a way with inconvenient truths.

Spring/15

Professor Matthew Stephens discusses statistical variation and repetition.

05.22.2015

Few processes are as fundamental to life as that of one cell dividing into two.

05.11.2015

Teens in a UChicago Medicine program used Jimmy Kimmel-style interviews and social media to persuade their peers that research is more than lab rats and paperwork.