Research at Chicago introduces all of you to the people and ideas that make the University of Chicago an unusually rich intellectual community and one of the premier centers of research and learning. Through interviews, lectures, news stories and multimedia presentations, Research at Chicago shares the knowledge of research findings and provides a greater understanding of the innovative work taking place across the disciplines on campus and around the world.Research at Chicago is produced by the Office of the Vice-President for Research and for Argonne National Laboratory (Ill.), in collaboration with the University Provost’s Office, the University News Office and a variety of university research centers. The content included on the frequently updated website has been selected from recent publications, press releases, newspapers and websites produced by the University of Chicago. It covers important contributions in the areas of Humanities & Religion, Society & Law, Science & Medicine, and Business & Economics. Contributions are presented as online news articles and research papers, as well as in audio and video formats.
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