Articles by Science Life Administrator

Science out of the big box

March 21, 2016

How two current and one recently graduated student from the Committee on Evolutionary Biology are making their own contributions to the study of the story of life, using tools they designed and built by hand (or purchased from Walmart). [Read More]

How turtles evolved their skulls

September 24, 2015

Turtles are famous for the their shells, but it was their skulls that led to the identification of the earliest known turtle - a 260 million-year-old, shell-less reptile known as Eunotosaurus africanus. Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, PhD, describes the discovery in a guest article for ScienceLife. [Read More]

Making A Difference Every Day Campaign Highlights UCM Nursing

August 20, 2015

Since the University of Chicago Medicine began the Making A Difference Every Day initiative in May, there have been dozens of employees recognized and honored for their exemplary service to our patients and to their colleagues. Check out the many UCM nurses who have been honored either in the regular Monday emails, or in the Making A Difference feature in At the Forefront or in Friday events. [Read More]