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Five University of Chicago scientists awarded prestigious Sloan Fellowships

Early-career scholars honored for innovative research in economics, statistics, sciences

Events to mark Black History Month at the University of Chicago

2022 events across University will include virtual conversations, art exhibition and more

Nine University of Chicago scholars named 2021 AAAS fellows

Nine University of Chicago researchers were named 2021 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their distinguished contributions to the...

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...

Researchers discover new strategy for developing human-integrated electronics

Polymer semiconductors — materials that have been made soft and stretchy but still able to conduct electricity — hold promise for future...

Argonne National Laboratory celebrates 75 years of scientific discovery

Argonne National Laboratory traces its birth from a secret mission—the Manhattan Project during World War II—to create the world’s first self-sustaining nuclear...

Neil Shubin to discuss ‘Your Inner Fish’ in University of Chicago Ryerson Lecture

Prof. Neil Shubin, a pioneering University of Chicago paleontologist and evolutionary biologist and bestselling author, has been selected to give this year’s Nora...

Anthony Fauci to speak at University of Chicago on March 4

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, will join the University...

University of Chicago announces plans for Convocation this June

The University of Chicago will hold a virtual Convocation ceremony this June and is planning limited, in-person diploma ceremonies for the Class...

Poetry in a museum: Alum finds inspiration among wildlife dioramas

Eric Elshtain, PhD’10, translates Field Museum visitors’ reflections into poetry
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SOAR offers in-person orientation again, but virtual components remain

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Two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef showed the largest amount of coral cover in 36 years, but the reef remains vulnerable to...

VOA: Uzbeks, Kyrgyz See Railway With China as Potential Economic Boost

The latest talks between China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have renewed hopes that an ambitious planned railway linking these central Asian countries may...