February 5, 2013$3M gift funds cell research in Rockford
Tissue regeneration research could lead to cures for spine injuries, degenerative diseases
January 29, 2013Treating mothers with ADHD may help children
Treating mothers who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder — with medication or parent training — may help children at risk for ADHD.
January 28, 2013Islet transplant may slow atherosclerosis
Researcher Kirstie Danielson found positive results after Islet transplantation for type 1 diabetes.
December 18, 2012Procedures to delay childbearing costly
Freezing eggs or ovarian tissue to delay childbearing for social reasons may prove too costly for society, a UIC analysis says.
December 12, 2012Not for the prosecution
“It should be as fast as flying.”
December 12, 2012Economist, physiology researcher named to world’s largest scientific society
An economist and a physiology researcher are the latest UIC faculty members named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society.
December 5, 2012Two UIC faculty scholars named fellows of prestigious science organization
Two University of Illinois at Chicago faculty scholars, economist Deirdre McCloskey and cell biologist Mrinalini Rao, have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
December 5, 2012Research experience, plus a paycheck
Get paid to learn – that’s the idea for the Chancellor’s Undergraduate Research Awards.
December 5, 2012Students honored as ‘future care scholars’
Two UIC students — one in medicine, the other in nursing — are among 40 health care students nationwide to be named 2012 Tylenol Future Care Scholars.
November 28, 2012MRI system a powerful tool for bioengineering research
UIC has a powerful new research tool: a 9.4 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging system that helps engineers and scientists study a range of bioengineering problems.