In the News


12.19.2014
News organizations get serious about researchPablo BoczkowskiNieman Lab
12.18.2014
Stunning zinc fireworks when egg meets spermTeresa WoodruffScience Codex
12.18.2014
The future of malpractice reformBernard BlackMedical Economics
12.17.2014
Reducing the cognitive burden of newsRachel Davis MerseyNieman Lab
12.17.2014
How do Chicagoans feel about police? Study aims to find out Wesley SkoganDNA.info
12.16.2014
‘Just like tiny fireworks’ – scientists capture stunning images of the moment of conception Teresa WoodruffInquisitr
12.16.2014
Sparks literally fly when the egg meets sperm, spectacular images showTeresa WoodruffZME Science (Romania)
12.16.2014
Making babies starts with fireworksTeresa WoodruffFox News Chicago
12.16.2014
Sparks fly when egg meets sperm: StudyTeresa WoodruffFiancial Express (India)
12.16.2014
Sparks really do fly when it comes to pregnancy – and it could help with in vitroTeresa WoodruffWGN-TV
12.15.2014
The long run outlook for the federal budget: Do we know enough to worry?Charles ManskiBrookings (The Brookings Institution)
12.15.2014
Sparks really DO fly when a new life is createdTeresa WoodruffMail Online (UK)
12.15.2014
Stunning zinc fireworks when egg meets spermTeresa WoodruffHealth Canal
12.15.2014
Sparks literally fly when sperm connects with eggTeresa WoodruffDiscovery News
12.11.2014
The year white people will become a minority in America has been declaredJennifer RichesonIdentities.Mic
12.11.2014
Should states spend billions to reduce class sizes?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachFiveThirtyEight
12.09.2014
Advocates urge more mental health services for unaccompanied immigrant childrenRebecca SeligmanThe Chicago Reporter
12.09.2014
Study: Higher birth weight correlates to better school performanceDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanEducation Week
12.07.2014
Higher birth weight linked to better school performanceDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanPsych Central
12.07.2014
What Ivy League ties to slavery teach about redemptionJennifer RichesonBoston Globe
12.06.2014
How the Chicago Defender is covering race relations in these timesCharles WhitakerCrain's Chicago Business
12.05.2014
For better or for work: Can marriage teach us about job satisfaction?Eli FinkelGovernment Executive
12.05.2014
Lower birth weight linked to lower academic performanceDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanBusiness 2 Community
12.05.2014
Heavier babies at birth tend to do better in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanInternational News Network Online (Pakistan)
12.04.2014
UF Researchers: Higher birth weight indicates better school performance David Figlio and Jonathan GuryanWKMG Orlando
12.03.2014
Deaf ears lead to sound of protestsBenjamin PageThe Seattle Times
12.03.2014
Heavier babies at birth tend to do better in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanZee News (India)
12.02.2014
Heavier babies likely to get better grades in school: Study David Figlio and Jonathan GuryanMelfort Journal (Saskatchewan)
12.02.2014
Heavier babies hold slight academic advantageDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanScience World Report
12.02.2014
Heavier babies likely to get better grades in school: StudyDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanToronto Sun
12.02.2014
Heavier newborns do better in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanEvanston Now
12.02.2014
Heavier newborns show academic edge in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanMedical Express
12.02.2014
Heavier birth weight tied to better academic performance, study findsDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanFox News
12.01.2014
Afternoon Shift: Should we raise the minimum wage in Chicago?Matthew NotowidigdoWBEZ
12.01.2014
Family meltdowns: When everyone is arguing and no one is listening Eli FinkelThe Wall Street Journal
11.26.2014
Investing in politicsBenjamin PageSky Valley Chronicle (Washington State)
11.25.2014
Do private conflicts matter more to public safety than we thought?Wesley SkoganNext City
11.25.2014
Summer reading, government jobs and charitable donations Jonathan GuryanFiveThirtyEight
11.20.2014
Urban neighborhoods are getting more diverse. But what are they losing?Mary PattilloThe Washington Post
11.20.2014
Standing up for my group while kicking yoursJennifer RichesonPacific Standard Magazine
11.20.2014
The marketplace of attention: How audiences take shape in a digital age, by James G. WebsterPablo BoczkowskiTimes Higher Education
11.20.2014
Comment: How much hazard mitigation is enough?Seth SteinEarth Magazine
11.17.2014
National Children’s Study may be stopped for cost and antiquated research methodsJane HollThe Washington Post
11.17.2014
Many teens suffer 'cyber' dating abuse, study suggestsBrian MustanskiPhilly.com
11.14.2014
How to help teens reduce stress in high-anxiety times and alwaysEmma AdamHuffington Post
11.13.2014
Conference to address political dysfunction at national, local levelsLaurel HarbridgeSt. Louis Public Radio
11.10.2014
Why is healthcare IT under fire?David DranoveCIO Magazine
11.08.2014
Hospital purchase debatedLeemore DafnyHerald Dispatch
11.08.2014
Nearly 68,000 Florida students using tax credit scholarshipsDavid FiglioHeartland
11.07.2014
Why it's crucial to get more women into scienceTeresa WoodruffNational Geographic
11.07.2014
Science needs more women (and not for the reason you think)Teresa Woodruffio9
11.06.2014
Ensuring cancer patients can realize the dream of parenthoodTeresa WoodruffScience 2034
11.05.2014
Vibrant democracies emerging from power vacuums give hope for Burkina FasoRachel Beatty RiedlWashington Post
11.05.2014
School choice wins, common core loses in Election 2014David FiglioThe Daily Signal
11.05.2014
Preterm baby births high in region and statewideDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanHerald Tribune
11.05.2014
Depression, not just in your head, but your bloodEva RedeiWestchester Magazine
11.04.2014
Explaining the roots of gamer rageJennifer RichesonNew York Magazine
11.04.2014
Tinder is so popular because it takes advantage of our natural instinct to put looks first in our search for loveEli FinkelMedical Daily
11.04.2014
Seeking new tools to address a wage gapLeslie McCall New York Times
11.03.2014
Alleged victims of ex-Winnetka teacher share memories onlineAaron ShawThe Chicago Tribune
11.03.2014
Vote for yourself TuesdayBenjamin PageThe Huffington Post
11.02.2014
What three economists learned in a Tulare milking parlor Michael MazzeoCentral Valley Business Times (California)
11.01.2014
Closing the gender gap in basic researchTeresa WoodruffGenetic Engieering and Biotechnology News
10.30.2014
The promise of 'civic tech'Celeste Watkins-HayesWorld Economic Forum
10.29.2014
Study: Bigger babies do better in school and in lifeDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanAl Jazeera
10.27.2014
More Americans saying ‘I Don’t’ to marriageEli FinkelDetroit Free Press
10.24.2014
California malpractice cap reform effort generates big spendingBernard BlackClaims Journal
10.24.2014
“I don’t”: Marriage at a crossroadsEli FinkelLansing State Journal (Michigan)
10.23.2014
California malpractice cap generates big spendingBernard BlackMcDowell News
10.22.2014
Saving your way to a better stateLori BeamanWorld Bank
10.21.2014
So, do bigger babies grow up with more smarts?David Figlio and Jonathan GuryanSarasota Herald Tribune
10.20.2014
Head Start program benefits parentsTerri Sabol and Lindsay Chase-LansdaleScience Codex
10.16.2014
Study says Head Start helps parents' educationTerri Sabol and Lindsay Chase-LansdaleEvanston Now
10.16.2014
Analysis: 17- to 25-year-olds make up the greatest percent of Chicago homicide victims since 1991 Wesley SkoganChicago Sun-Times
10.16.2014
New study shows big babies do better in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanInquisitir
10.15.2014
Low-birth weight kids have it tougher in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanMy Central Oregon
10.14.2014
Subsidy program for EHRs ineffective, draft report arguesDavid DranoveModern Healthcare
10.14.2014
Could a blood test one day detect depression?Eva RedeiU.S. News & World Report
10.13.2014
Bigger is better: A child’s birth weight influences school performanceDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanAtlanta Journal Constitution
10.13.2014
The next culture war: Slate opinionJeremy FreeseThe Oregonian
10.12.2014
Babies with higher birth weights perform better in school later on; mothers should be carrying them to full term David Figlio and Jonathan GuryanMedical Daily
10.11.2014
Why Kenya's president came to the International Criminal Court - and why that's a problem for the ICC John HaganHelsinki Times
10.10.2014
The next culture warJeremy FreeseSlate
10.10.2014
Heavier babies do better in schoolDavid Figlio and Jonathan GuryanNew York Times
10.09.2014
Large size of classes causing Island teachers stress, conference hearsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Guardian (Canada)
10.09.2014
Is democracy a plaything of the 'M3'?Benjamin PageThe Daily Star (Bangladesh)
10.08.2014
Why Kenya’s president came to the International Criminal Court — and why that’s a problem for the ICCJohn HaganThe Washington Post
10.08.2014
National depression screening day: 8 things you didn't know about depressionEva RedeiMedical Daily
10.08.2014
Blood test diagnoses major depressionEva RedeiUnion Tribune San Diego
10.07.2014
Reinventing marriage for the 21st centuryEli FinkelChicago Tribune
10.07.2014
A blood test for depression moves closer to realityEva RedeiSingularity Hub
10.07.2014
Professor: Childhood obesity rates high, but no longer climbingEllen WartellaSt. Louis Public Radio
10.06.2014
Now it's government of the money, by the money and for the money: Gary ZimmermanBenjamin PagePatriot News (Pennsylvania)
10.06.2014
Beware higher-ed doomsayersMorton SchapiroChronicle of Higher Education
10.01.2014
Could depression soon be diagnosed through a blood test?Eva RedeiThe Journal (Ireland)
09.30.2014
What happens to patients when mental health clinics close?Linda TeplinU.S. News & World Report