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Red Clover

June 28, 2016

Progesterone in botanicals could aid women’s health

Red clover among plants to be studied

Endothelial cells formed from stem cells treated with growth factors and glutamine withdraw form blood vessels.

June 23, 2016

Starving stem cells may enable scientists to build better blood vessels

Shift in metabolism pushes cells to differentiate

White Flint Metro Station in North Bethesda, Maryland

June 20, 2016

More tall buildings, less sprawl key to suburbs’ future, book says

24 suburbs in Washington, D.C., Miami, and Chicago analyzed

Deborah Park - Goldwater Scholar

June 14, 2016

East Meets West: Goldwater scholar studies cancer

Senior in biology conducts research with College of Medicine faculty member

Transparent, highly conductive ultrathin film

June 13, 2016

New nanomaterial offers promise in bendable, wearable electronic devices

Electroplated polymer makes transparent, highly conductive film

Deborah Park - Goldwater Scholar

June 7, 2016

UIC biological sciences student named Goldwater Scholar

Prestigious award supports aspiring cancer researcher

Stack of books in front of a world map

June 1, 2016

Eight UIC students, new alumni awarded Fulbrights

Prestigous award supports global research, teaching

Elizabeth Todd Breland

May 25, 2016

UIC urban historian named National Academy of Education fellow

Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports early career scholars

man using virtual reality headset to experience life as Alfred

May 17, 2016

East Meets West: ‘We Are Alfred’

Virtual reality experience transforms user into a 74-year-old medical patient

Carrie Shaw and Thomas Leahy present their award-winning project at the Student Research Forum.

May 17, 2016

East Meets West

Read this month’s stories on cross-campus collaborations

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