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Sunrise on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2020, at the University of Illinois Chicago. Campus Beauty shots.

September 30, 2022

UIC teams with Argonne, partners in urban climate change study

CROCUS will conduct neighborhood-scale climate research in the Chicago region

Capitol Building in Washington, DC

September 29, 2022

Research explores how biased perceptions may drive erosion of democratic values in US

Based on two surveys of nationally representative panels of Americans

September 29, 2022

UIC-led manufacturing consortium earns $5M DOD grant

Voorhees Center partners with groups in Quad Cities, Rockford, Peoria and Chicago

UIC will be home to the world’s first analytical, aberration-corrected and monochromated transmission electron microscope, or TEM, with a magnetic field-free objective lens.

September 28, 2022

$4M NSF award brings next-generation microscope to UIC

New lens design allows for atomic-resolution imaging as well as chemical analysis of critical materials

Portrait of Lee Friedman, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. (Joshua Clark/University of Illinois Chicago)

September 26, 2022

New study reveals undercount of Cook County opioid deaths  

Opioid deaths may have been undercounted by up to 15% in Cook County, already a national leader in opioid-related deaths.

Professor Waller accepts the UIC Innovator of the Year Award from Suseelan Pookote. (Photo by Adam Biba, UIC Creative & Digital Services)

September 16, 2022

UIC Innovation Celebration honors researchers’ successful discoveries

Event honors inventions that UIC professors have brought to market

Portrait of UIC Associate Professor of Nursing Kelly Rosenberger, who will lead the ENRICH mobile health care program for teens.

September 16, 2022

UIC receives $3.1 million to provide reproductive health care to underserved teens 

ENRICH program to train nurses to care for underserved teens in Illinois

September 13, 2022

UIC Nursing study seeks to improve the return of research results to participants

Pilot study includes participants enrolled in $22 million, NIH-funded study of long COVID-19

September 12, 2022

How many drinks is too many?

New study shows even low doses of alcohol prime brain for addiction  

A picture of a farmworker harvesting gladiolas, one of Illinois' cash crops.

September 12, 2022

First federal center focused on farmworker health and safety to open in Chicago 

New federal center will have a special focus on farmworker data, safety and health

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