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To understand biology, scientists turn to the quantum world

Researchers hope sensors using quantum tech could transform biology research

What is tree equity? A new tool from UChicago data scientists is helping to transform neighborhood health

Leveraging data, Chicago will spend $46 million to plant trees, improve environmental quality

In Humanities Day keynote, Wu Hung explores the rehabilitation of damaged art

41st annual event highlights work of humanities scholars, including renowned art historian

UChicago to hold memorial service for Shaoxiong ‘Dennis’ Zheng on Nov. 18

University community invited to Rockefeller Chapel event in person or via webcast

Data scientists aim to detect internet censorship in real time

Funded by a $1 million grant, a new multi-institutional study led by Prof. Nick Feamster will build new AI and data science...

U.S.-China Forum on Nov. 16-18 will explore approaches to inequality, social welfare

The University of Chicago will host its sixth annual U.S.-China Forum on Nov. 16-18. Co-hosted by UChicago’s Crown Family School of Social...

Does paying people to get vaccinated increase vaccination rates?

Impact of vaccine incentives tested in new study co-authored by Chicago Booth scholar

At inauguration, President Paul Alivisatos invites UChicago to continue ‘journey of reconnection’

University community celebrates new leader, who urges deeper engagement with world, each other

Distributed protocol underpinning cloud computing automatically determined safe and secure

In an important step toward ensuring the protocols that dictate how our networked services operate are safe, secure and running as expected,...

UChicago community prepares to celebrate inauguration of President Paul Alivisatos

The University of Chicago community, both on campus and across the world, is invited to celebrate the inauguration of Paul Alivisatos as...

Why capitalism must adapt to a new era

In new Chicago Booth event series, economists discuss how capitalism can be more equitable

University of Chicago chemist Mark Levin named 2021 Packard Fellow

University of Chicago chemist Mark Levin has received a 2021 Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering. Levin is one of 20 early-career scientists...


[Urbana] Sign up for fall youth soccer!

Special discount if you sign up by August 8. More information, including how to register, at: https://bit.ly/3oAfPiA

[Urbana] Outdoor Free Fitness in the Park

Are you looking for ways to stay fit and active this summer? Check out our FREE outdoor fitness programs that you can enjoy all...

[Urbana] Crystal Lake Park Art Fair

Saturday August 6, 10 am - 4 pmBetween Crystal Lake Park Family Aquatic Center and Anita Purves Nature Center (1505 N Broadway)


Shop local makers and artists, experience live music and entertainment, and grab some of the best food and drinks that Champaign has...