Economics professor and Nobel Prize-winner Robert Fogel died on Tuesday morning.
Macroeconomist Thomas Sargent speaks of U.S. past and E.U. present at a lecture yesterday.
Nobel Prize-winning economist discusses his research with undergraduates as part of a new speaker series.
Thomas Sargent, a lecturer at the Becker Friedman Institute and expert in macroeconomics, was the 87th U of C affiliate to win Scandinavia’s highest honor.
Dr. Bruce A. Beutler (M.D. ’81) was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine on Monday, making him the 86th U of C affiliate to win the award.
Tenuous connections to the University should not be trumpeted.
Zimmer’s efforts to calm neighborhood tensions deserve recognition.
Peace Prize highlights the gap between Obama’s rhetoric and action.
As if mending bridges across the Midway wasn’t hard enough
George E. Smith’s invention is used in digital cameras, telescopes and medical devices
Apparently the Nobel Prize committee didn’t realize how important digital cameras were until you started posting so many photos on Facebook.
A Nobel Laureate visited campus Tuesday discussing his prize in a category U of C professors have yet to attain. Bernard Lown, winner of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize, reflected on his Cold War anti-nuclear efforts.
Shirin Ebadi is a role model for liberal opponents of Iran’s conservative regime today: She is fearless, outspoken, and unabashedly reformist.
The news surprised many observers, who had counted at least three more likely contenders at the U of C.
Yoichiro Nambu was awarded Nobel Prize in physics last week for his work exploring symmetry breaking.
Your coverage of Yoichiro Nambu’s Nobel Prize was marred by the nonsensical statement
Nobel committee cites professor’s discovery of the “mechanism of spontaneous broken symmetry in subatomic physics.”
Nambu’s research involves theoretical particle physics.