Erin Adams

At the forefront… of office pets!

December 22, 2014

Research can be a tough gig for professors and graduate students alike. Sometimes, having a companion in the office or lab can help brighten the atmosphere and make everything just a little easier to manage. Join three UChicago Biological Sciences Division professors and two graduate students as they chat about the pets that keep them company at work. [Read more]

A Locksmith & The Immune Army

January 3, 2011

The immune system relies heavily on memory and recognition, with its success dependent on marshaling defenses against only the right infectious invaders. Scientists are finding that this memory requires a lot of moving parts, including molecules [Read more]

A New Building, A New Discipline

December 13, 2010

Today, the University of Chicago announced plans to construct the William Eckhardt Research Center, an innovative new building along Ellis Avenue that will be home to many researchers in the physical sciences. But just as newsworthy as the new [Read more]