November 25, 2019
- Washington Post: Prof. Wendy Freedman on the "tension" between Hubble constant measurements.
- Business Insider: Asst. Prof. Bill Fefferman discusses the debate between IBM and Google over "quantum supremacy."
- WTTW Video: Asst. Prof. Blase Ur discusses consumer score ratings.
- Gizmodo: Assoc. Prof. Dan Hooper discusses the implications of new Hubble tension data.
- Business Insider: Research by Profs. Ben Zhao and Heather Zheng on how wifi can be used as a motion sensor included in round-up.
- Science: Prof. Dan Hooper discusses new study that revives theories of dark matter in the Milky Way.
- Gizmodo: Prof. Josh Frieman discusses the challenge of pushing particle accelerators to higher energies.
- Big Brains Podcast: Harvard astronomer and UChicago honorary degree recipient discusses the hunt for alien life on Big Brains podcast.
- Prof. Dan Hooper explains the four fundamental puzzles stumping cosmologists.
- Science: Prof. Rick Stevens discusses DOE funding to optimize existing supercomputers at national labs for AI.
- Invention of tiny organic films could enable new electronics.
- UChicago scientists show how hackers could use Wi-Fi signals to track you inside your home.
- Fermilab & partners break ground on new beamline for world's most advanced neutrino experiment.
- Construction of GMT now cemented with contract.
Education & Community
- UChicago chemistry student's essay named runner-up in Nature contest.
- See essay: "Reproduction, rethought"
- Student group works to foster diversity in the sciences.
- Chemistry students win American Vacuum Society national doctoral research awards.
- Research opportunities help undergraduates embrace the ‘learning curve.’
- UChicago researcher part of $4 million collaboration to combine English, computational literacy.
- Committee on Evolutionary Biology celebrates half-century of revolutionary scientific research.
- Renovations on the mathematics student space in Ryerson are now complete.
- Mathematician wins 2020 Levi L. Conant Prize.
- Assoc. Prof. Lek-Heng Lim named Fellows of the AMS.
- PSD uses University toolkit to make D&I plans.