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Resources for Researchers
The University of Chicago is renowned for its commitment to field-defining basic research—work that can lay the foundation for development of new products, services and solutions. The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the central resource for...
Manipulating RNA can allow plants to yield dramatically more crops, as well as increasing drought tolerance, announced a group of scientists from the University of Chicago, Peking University and Guizhou University. In initial tests, adding a gene encoding for a...
Duality, a first-of-its-kind accelerator for quantum companies, has accepted into its inaugural cohort six startups from across the United States and abroad. The 12-month program will provide training from the University of Chicago, as well as opportunities from...
Director’s Special Colloquium Celebrating Argonne’s 75th Anniversary
Scientists across the globe are using artificial intelligence (AI) to design better materials and processes, accelerate drug discovery, explore the mysteries of the universe, automate traditional research, and drive an array of scientific discoveries.This colloquium, the fourth in the series celebrating Argonne’s 75th anniversary, will engage a panel of experts to discuss how AI is used in, and has transformed, science.
Feb. 8, 2022
This informational session will highlight upcoming programs for scientists interested in commercializing a technology or other research discovery. Faculty and researchers from across the University of Chicago, Argonne National Lab, Fermilab, and the Marine Biological Laboratory are encouraged to join. Information on the following Polsky Center opportunities will be shared: NSF I-Corps program, Compass deep tech accelerator, and George Shultz Innovation Fund.
Jan. 9, 2021
Despite being everywhere, neutrinos are incredibly challenging to catch; we need to produce large numbers of them and place giant detectors with unprecedented technologies in their paths. The next-generation Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, DUNE will do just that. Join Fermilab Neutrino physicist, Tanaz Mohayai, to learn more about DUNE.
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