In the Media

In a Year of Dystopian Tales, Ada Palmer Shows What Utopia Might Cost

February 07, 2018

Chicago Magazine interviews SIFK faculty member Ada Palmer about the inspiration for her science-fiction book series, Terra Ignota.
In the Media

You are what you (and your microbiome) eat, scientists say

February 07, 2018

Prof. Jack Gilbert explains how microbes affects people’s health in Chicago Tribune video
In the Media

Inaugural Stevanovich Institute conference examines how knowledge is formed

December 18, 2017

For four days beginning on Nov. 16, 40 thinkers from the University of Chicago and institutions around the world debated what knowledge is, how it came to be and what its role is today.
In the Media

“Certain drifts cause us to reflect on the state of science in the world”

October 04, 2017

"For Mario Biagioli, historian of science and jurist, the race for publication, which has become the heart of the research evaluation system, is inciting researchers to misconduct."