The University of Chicago Magazine
Melissa Roderick listens in to learn why even good students in Chicago high schools often struggle.
Mad cows, defective yeast, and a disease spread by cannibalism are all key evidence in a scientific controversy over a new mechanism of inheritance, Chicago biologist Susan Lindquist and colleagues at the U of C Medical Center report in Science.
Our trust in experts is the rule, says public-policy scholar Howard Margolis, except when it comes to certain environmental issues.
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