All Entries by Jeanne Galatzer-Levy

November 10, 2015

‘Psychic robot’ senses user’s intention, corrects movements

Bioengineering software could help motorists, people with disabilities

Krishna Reddy at a landfill

November 10, 2015

Landfills ripe for change to efficient waste management

Engineers want to turn dumps into reusable areas

October 27, 2015

Stars on the ceiling bring comfort to young hospital patients

Hospital treatment room decorated with gift from family foundation


October 21, 2015

Social-network analysis reveals animal bonding behaviors

Dynamics of shifting allegiances shed light on herd behavior

Bing Liu

October 13, 2015

Computer scientist wins second Test of Time award

Honored for much-cited paper on automated text mining

abstract medical image

October 13, 2015

UIC program sends undergrads to neuroscience meeting

Fifty undergrads attend society’s annual meeting

swerving car

October 6, 2015

‘Psychic robot’ will know what you really meant to do

UIC bioengineers develop algorithm that analyzes action, predicts intent

September 25, 2015

Breast Cancer Survivors’ Day at UI Health

Survivors, families, and caregivers celebrate, share information

Lijun Rong

August 7, 2015

Familiar drugs may block Ebola virus infection

Lethal disease may be stopped by drugs already used to treat other illnesses


August 3, 2015

Graphene: like diamonds or coal, a carbon with amazing potential

Only one atom thick, it has potential for astonishing variety of uses

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