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Adventure Stage Chicago closes their 10th season with the world premiere of SPARK: Chapter One of The Prometheus Project, which completely re-imagines the myths of Prometheus and Pandora.
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New research demonstrates that even before infants begin to talk in sentences, they are paying careful attention to the way a new word is used in conversations, and they learn new words from this information in sentences.
"WASHINGTON - Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa is asking Northwestern University for documents on a medical device implanted in patients for heart valve repair.
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A cardiac monitor about the size of a USB flash drive that's implanted under the skin was six to seven times more likely to detect atrial fibrillation, an abnormal heart rhythm that's a risk factor for stroke, according to a science report presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2014.
Northwestern University has received an $8.6 million gift from the estate of alumna Marie A. Quinlan.
AN OLD SOUL Playwriting contest winner Colin Speer Crowley of Osterville reached back to the presidency of Warren G. Harding to tell his tale.
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni signs an anti-homosexual bill into law at the state house in Entebbe, 36 km south west of capital Kampala February 24, 2014.
At age 80, retired Chicago physician and educator Dan Winship is getting a bittersweet last chance to teach about medicine-only this time he's the subject as well as the teacher.
Sen. Charles E. Grassley, an Iowa Republican, has accused Northwestern U. of withholding key documents from an inquiry into allegations that its chief of cardiac surgery experimented on unsuspecting patients.
A flexible ring inserted into the vagina could offer long-term protection from HIV, herpes and pregnancy.
Women's reproductive health may never be the same, thanks to Northwestern University biomedical engineer Patrick Kiser and his first-of-its-kind intravaginal ring that reliably delivers an antiretroviral drug and a contraceptive for months.
Patrick Kiser shows off a device he developed as a new contraceptive for women that protects against HIV as well as unwanted pregnancies The device, which lasts for up to three months, delivers contraceptive medication and drugs that protect against HIV and herpes.
This weekend Block Cinema at Northwestern University concludes two series of studio-era American movies, each one programmed in conjunction with a different art exhibit at the Block Museum .
Yes, the rise and fall of capitalism can be seen in these 12 "killer apps." The first six of these "principles of prosperity" were actual called "killer apps" by Harvard financial historian Niall Ferguson in his classic "Civilization: The West and The Rest," being broadcast on PBS this week.