By Hannah Moulthrop A gong reverberates through the white-walled space once every 10 minutes. Piñatas that resemble HIV viruses hang from a swath of ceiling above the staircase. Oversized glass red blood cells are strewn across the floor. These works and 169 others anchor the new Art AIDS America Chicago exhibition at the pop-up Alphawood Gallery […]
By Hannah Moulthrop The next Uber or Airbnb in your life may be your local electric utility company. Choosing how to power your home in the future could be more like selecting from your Netflix queue, with a market of energy options to choose from to meet your particular energy needs. And the reinvention is […]
By Hannah Moulthrop Last week’s presidential election left Cook County Democrats shocked at Hillary Clinton’s loss, but ready to fight for their agenda in Congress and at home. And new volunteers are signing up “by the minute” to ready the party for the 2018 midterm elections, a party leader said. And party winners are calling […]
By Hannah Moulthrop By now American voters know the voices of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. As they listen, Americans are unconsciously picking up on qualities in the candidates’ voices, experts say. How Trump and Clinton sound affects voters’ perception of their leadership capacity.
By Hannah Moulthrop T. rex decimated prey with those mighty jaws and powerful legs and tail. But one of the great mysteries of the mighty dinosaur is how it used those tiny arms. Preliminary study of T. rex Sue’s right arm shows a lack of use and possible evidence of gout in her fingers.
by Hannah Moulthrop Sir J. Fraser Stoddart had been asleep for three hours early Wednesday when a phone call awakened him. The Northwestern University chemistry professor had been dealing with the aftermath of last week’s home break-in and his decimated backdoor. Stupefied, he heard Swedish-accented English and thought, is this a hoax? Stoddart could hardly […]
By Hannah Moulthrop Expectant mothers experiencing morning sickness may have less cause to worry about a miscarriage, a new study by the National Institutes of Health suggests. That does not mean women who feel well should be concerned, doctors say, warning that morning sickness does not measure how a pregnancy will fare.