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Presentation by Melissa Emery Thompson, Ph.D.
Harvard-trained neuroscientist Lisa Genova broke into fiction after watching the progression of her grandmother’s Alzheimer’s disease.
Science on the Screen is sponsored by the UChicago Arts | Science Initiative, the Office of the Vice President for Research and for National Laborator...
The Chicago Council on Science and Technology, along with Children's Memorial Research Center, hosted a book signing and lecture by Rebecca Skloot at...
This program is composed of two parts addressing the causes and effects of obesity.
A $2 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health and the U.S.
Mention stem cell research and most people will have a strong reaction. Some oppose it. Many do not understand it.
- The March for Science: An Opportunity to Mobilize
- February and the Birth of Scientific Giants
- Rethinking why we don’t have a cure for Alzheimer’s
- A Challenging Climate for our Energy Needs
- HIV Risk Factors: Why It's Important to Get the Word Out
- Interview with Dr. Christopher Holden
- Interview with Dr. Amy Lasek
- Synopsis of "The Myth of Brain Sex"
- How We Treat Cancer
- Playback from Pluto
- A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words--A Look at Teaching Science With Comics
- Synopsis of "C2ST Speakeasy: Robot Revolution"
- Rethinking the BRAIN
- Fail more and better
- What Causes Greed?
- Interview with Dr. Kristina Martinez
- Synopsis of "The Neuroscience of Addiction"
- Synopsis of "Genes and Germs: The Battle that Defines Us."
- Synopsis of "The Threat of Superbugs"
- Synopsis of "Plants: how we use 'em, and how we don't lose...
- Large Hadron Collider is back in action!
- Darwin Didn't
- Synopsis of Decoding the New Science and Math Standards by Sally Whitaker
- What Does It Mean To Be Supernatural?
- Why do we eat spicy food?
- For All Mankind
- 10% Of Our Brains?
- Crowdfunding Gold under the Reading Rainbow
- “Is This Safe To Eat?” with Zoe Hunter
- EteRNA is Turning Research on its Head
- Bugs in the Climate System
- Printing a Future
- The Quadrotors are coming!
- Voyager: Our Most Distant Explorer
- Mercury, Gallium, and Aluminum, oh my!
- A Tiny Battery with a Huge Spark
- PLUG YOUR PEER REVIEWED PAPER
- Exploring the Universe from the Bottom of the World
- An Interview with Conservation Scientist Dr. Francesca Casadio
- Conservation Scientist Francesca Casadio and Paintings Conservator Allison...
- Interview with Howard Tullman, President and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint Media...
- Let’s build a museum to honor Nikola Tesla
- The Origin and Evolution of the Universe
- Higgs Boson Program @ Fermilab
- 10 Weird Stories About the Higgs Boson
- Fracking: Fracking comes to Illinois, for better or worse
- China’s Clean Energy: Current Research, Development & Cooperation
- Oceans’ Health: An Ecosystem on the Brink
- Nano 101: Test your Nano knowledge!
- The Believers