Science & Medicine

Nov–Dec/14

Theories and particles collide in a documentary that captures the tension and intensity of discovery.

Nov–Dec/14

Charis Eng, AB’82, PhD’86, MD’88, discovers key genetic markers linking cancer and autism.

Nov–Dec/14

For Jesuit priest Paul Mueller, SM’96, PhD’06, the same source reveals scripture and nature.

Nov–Dec/14

Finally, a dinosaur that swam.

Nov–Dec/14

Neuroscientist John Maunsell leads a new institute’s research into the mysteries of the brain.

Nov–Dec/14

High school students fan out to help the University’s Urban Health Initiative chart the resources in Chicago neighborhoods where there are too few.

10.29.2014

Exploring the human microbiome.

10.01.2014

The National Xenopus Resource at the Marine Biological Laboratory supports frog research with far-reaching implications.

09.11.2014

A UChicago collaboration uncovers the first-known semiaquatic dinosaur, the massive Spinosaurus, more than nine feet longer than T. rex.

Sept–Oct/14

Joining forces with the Marine Biological Laboratory, the University formalizes its long-standing links to a venerable scientific destination.

Sept–Oct/14

Neurobiologist Peggy Mason gives almost 55,000 students an online introduction to the brain.

Sept–Oct/14

Those who know medicine buy generics.