Science matters at UIC
At Chicago’s public research university, science matters. Research at UIC is re-shaping educational policy; developing cleaner, more sustainable energy; helping to make sense of today’s vast amounts of computer-generated data; and driving economic development by moving research to practical application.
Learn more about how science matters at one of the nation’s top federally-funded public research universities by exploring the links below:
Science at UIC (1) turns skin cells into blood vessels, (2) cures rare blood disorders, (3) creates new imaging tools, (4) identifies molecules that drive the spread of cancer and (5) runs lung cancer clinical trials.
(1) Discovers which antidepressants work for which patients, (2) describes how cholesterol works in the body, (3) renders harmful bacteria benign, (4) stops recurrent pregnancy loss and (5) maps chemicals of concern in the Great Lakes.