All Entries by Sharon Parmet

Engineering students working on a vehicle
Ana Ricardo; experts guide

September 14, 2017

Poor sleep hastens progression of kidney disease

Interrupted sleep linked to kidney failure

Seven students in the School of Public Health conducted two weeks of coursework in Cuba.

September 12, 2017

School of Public Health course brings students to Cuba

Elective course gives graduate students first-hand look into how Cuba delivers health care

Gloomy Octopus

September 11, 2017

New evidence suggests that octopuses aren’t loners

Animals observed signaling and mating

The atomic structure of a tiny semiconductor is x-rayed.

September 5, 2017

Newly discovered semiconductor dynamics may help improve energy efficiency

New insight into how ‘over-doping’ slows conduction

Lisbeth Perez from Nicholas Senn High School and Estrella Rivera from Roberto Clemente Community Academy show off their suturing skills on chicken breasts.

August 30, 2017

Training high school students to become health advocates

New class of CHAMPIONS graduates

Cynthia "Cee" Barnes-Boyd

July 19, 2017

Deaths: Cynthia ‘Cee’ Barnes-Boyd

Director of school-based health clinics

Jeffrey Loeb; experts guide

July 17, 2017

Epilepsy biomarkers pave way for noninvasive diagnosis, better treatments

Detecting smaller epileptic regions in the brain

UIC EMS

July 12, 2017

Drug delivered during CPR may improve survival for heart attack

Mimics effects of therapeutic cooling

close-up of the iris of an eye
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