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The man they called the Hermit lived deep in the woods of Lincoln Forest, Montana, in a simple plywood shack measuring 10ft by 12ft, with no electricity or water, and a bucket for a bathroom.
Researchers have identified 45 genetic genetic variants in overweight newborns that are known to occur in obese adults and hope their findings could someday help combat the global obesity epidemic.
Leena Rao is currently a Senior Editor for TechCrunch. She recently finished graduate school at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, where she studied business journalism and videography.
Michael Harvey takes a few steps beyond the comfort zone of his popular Michael Kelly series in his latest crime novel, THE INNOCENCE GAME .
Young women who have cancer treatment often lose their fertility because chemotherapy and radiation can damage or kill their immature ovarian eggs, called oocytes.
"Summer Cinema," a Wednesday night series of six free outdoor films, will be screened on the east lawn of Norris University Center from July 10 through Aug. 14. "Summer Cinema," a Wednesday night series of six free outdoor films, will be screened on the east lawn of Norris University Center from July 10 through Aug. 14. "Summer Cinema," a Wednesday ... (more)
Despite the recent blockbuster leaks about spying on the phone records of millions of Americans, and President Obama's stated willingness to discuss the issues they raise, a front-page New York Times article on June 10 asserted that "legal and political obstacles" make a vigorous public debate about surveillance and civil liberties highly unlikely.
Believers in Churchill's maxim, "First we shape our buildings and then they shape us," will be intrigued by a new study.
When William Rainey Harper, president of the University of Chicago , proposed to add a law school to the new university in 1902, he entrusted the project to Ernst Freund, a political-science professor, former practicing lawyer and well-known expert on police power and the free-speech rights of dissidents.
On Sunday, June 16, 2013, runners are out and about in north suburban Evanston to honor the memory of a Northwestern University basketball coach.
Lecturer, educator, and best-selling author, few individuals impact the day-to-day management of organizations and institutions as Dennis Kimbro .
Over winter break, Carolyn Bates, a college senior, and a friend each picked out five pairs of jeans at a Gap store in Indianapolis and eagerly tried them on.