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Halide, pseudohalide and halometallate ions could be a whole new class of inorganic ligands for semiconducting nanocrystals say researchers at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory.
At CVS, a 100-tablet package of store-brand aspirin costs you $1.99. Bayer aspirin is three times that much.
Dan Schlenoff edits the "50, 100 & 150 Years Ago" column for Scientific American, and also copyedits for the magazine.
A blogger convicted of criminally impersonating his father's academic rivals on the subject of the Dead Sea Scrolls will stay out of jail for the time being.
Twelve graphic communications industry leaders will be inducted into the AMSP/NAPL/NAQP Soderstrom Society at ceremonies in Chicago on Sept.
A U.S. Appeals Court has affirmed a lower court ruling that investors in Allen Stanford's fraudulent Ponzi scheme were not entitled under law to seek compensation from the Securities Investors Protection Corp. Stanford is serving a prison term for defrauding millions through bogus certificates of deposit issued through an institution in Antigua.
The time is nearly here for one of the most important openings of the recent Hyde Park hospitality boom.
Where the eyes wander is the best way of knowing whether a person feels love or lust.
Interested in knowing if your date is really interested in getting to know you and pursue a relationship or if they just want a short fling? Researchers from the University of Chicago have determined that the way someone looks at another person can determine what his or her true intentions are with fairly accurate results.
More than 43,500 staff and faculty members weighed in for this year's survey about what makes certain institutions great places to work.
The Muntu Dance Theatre celebrated their 42nd anniversary with "The Continuum" dance performance on Fri., July 19, at University of Chicago's Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at 915 E. 60th St. Women dance so intensely that necklaces and headbands go flying.
The nation's top gun-enforcement agency overwhelmingly targeted racial and ethnic minorities as it expanded its use of controversial drug sting operations, a USA TODAY investigation shows.
Living in a city that had 82 shootings over the Fourth of July weekend, Chicagoans could be forgiven for envying the residents of Indianapolis.
The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll on finding a doctor and evaluating provider quality was conducted from May 27 to June 18 by NORC at the University of Chicago.
Most people know they should cut calories and exercise more to trim down, but there's now significant scientific evidence that another critical component to weight control is avoiding sleep deprivation, sleep scientists say.
Sleep loss can lead to weight gain Insufficient sleep impacts appetite and satiety hormones as well as fat cells Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1msVhhY Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USATODAY.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:44 am
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