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05.20.2017
Scientists one step closer to 3-D-printed ovaries to treat infertilityTeresa WoodruffNPR
05.19.2017
3D printed ovaries, a shape-shifting optical illusion, and other amazing images of the weekTeresa WoodruffPopular Science
05.19.2017
3D-printed ovaries offer promise as infertility treatmentTeresa WoodruffLive Science
05.19.2017
3D-Printed Ovaries in Mice Could One Day Help Infertile Women Become PregnantTeresa WoodruffSeeker
05.19.2017
Mice with 3D-printed ovaries give birth to healthy offspring Teresa WoodruffDigital Trends
05.18.2017
University president defends safe spacesMorton SchapiroLas Vegas Review Journal
05.18.2017
Key to infertility in older women is revealed: Scientists pinpoint fault in eggs that could help tackle the higher risk of miscarriages and disabilities Teresa WoodruffThe Daily Mail
05.18.2017
Infertile mice give birth with help of lab-grown ovariesTeresa WoodruffFox News
05.17.2017
Mouse mates and successfully gives birth with 3D-printed ovaryTeresa WoodruffTech Times
05.17.2017
Mice with 3D-printed ovaries successfully give birth Teresa WoodruffSmithsonian
05.17.2017
Scientists grew a working 'prosthetic ovary' for a mouse — and it could be a game changer for humansTeresa WoodruffBusiness Insider
05.17.2017
Lab-grown ovaries prove promising in miceTeresa WoodruffReuters
05.17.2017
3D printed ovaries produce healthy offspring giving hope to infertile women Teresa WoodruffThe Telegraph
05.17.2017
Breakthrough: 3-D printed ovaries could be the key to restoring fertilityTeresa WoodruffNature World News
05.17.2017
Mouse gives birth to healthy babies thanks to 3D-printed ovariesTeresa WoodruffCBS News
05.17.2017
3-D printed ovaries are helping mice to get pregnantTeresa WoodruffTime
05.17.2017
3-D printed ovaries help mice get pregnant, show promise for fertility treatments Teresa WoodruffABC News
05.17.2017
Scientists hit motherlode with 3-D printed gelatin ovariesTeresa WoodruffCosmos
05.16.2017
In future, kids may be born from '3D-printed ovaries' Teresa WoodruffBusiness Standard
05.16.2017
Mice successfully reproduce with 3-D printed ovariesTeresa WoodruffThe Scientist
05.16.2017
New 3D-printed ovaries work beautifully (for mice) Teresa WoodruffFatherly
05.16.2017
3D-printed ovaries successfully restore mouse's fertility in 'holy grail of bioengineering'Teresa WoodruffABC News (Australia)
05.16.2017
Medical breakthrough in 3-D printing and fertilityTeresa WoodruffCBS News (Chicago)
05.16.2017
All-female NU research team's breakthrough: 3-D printed ovaryTeresa WoodruffCrain's Chicago Business
05.16.2017
Mouse gives birth to pups using 3-D printed ovaryTeresa WoodruffHealth Day
05.16.2017
Why Northwestern President Morton Schapiro favors safe spacesMorton SchapiroThe Wall Street Journal
05.16.2017
3-D printed ovaries yield new lifeTeresa WoodruffDiscover
05.16.2017
Prosthetic ovary created in breakthrough that could lead to 'holy grail of bioengineering'Teresa WoodruffThe Independent
05.16.2017
3D-printed ovaries allow infertile mice to give birth Teresa WoodruffThe Guardian
05.16.2017
Healthy mice born from 3-D printed ovariesTeresa WoodruffWTTW - Chicago Tonight
05.16.2017
Revolutionary 3D printed ovaries offer hope of a 'holy grail' treatment for infertility Teresa WoodruffThe Daily Mail
05.16.2017
3D-printed ovaries restore fertility in miceTeresa WoodruffScience
05.16.2017
Scientists 3-D print mouse ovaries that actually make babiesTeresa WoodruffWired
05.16.2017
3-D printed ovary allows infertile mouse to mate and give birth Teresa WoodruffCNN
05.11.2017
Giving your baby a bogan or unusual name can damage their future career and social potentialDavid FiglioHerald Sun (Australia)
05.08.2017
The real problem with Chicago’s shrinking populationMary PattilloChicago
05.08.2017
As Johnson Publishing declines, Chicago loses a link to its pastCharles WhitakerCrain's Chicago Business
05.06.2017
Health act repeal could threaten U.S. job engineMatthew Notowidigdo and Craig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
05.05.2017
Pharmacy benefits managers exert much control Craig GarthwaiteThe Salt Lake Tribune
05.05.2017
Advocate Healtcare to make $200 million in cutsCraig GarthwaiteThe Chicago Tribune
05.05.2017
Private school vouchers help level the playing fieldDavid FiglioThe Cincinnati Enquirer
05.04.2017
To test or not to test: as tax credit scholarships expand, questions about accountability and outcomes David FiglioThe 74
05.04.2017
How do you pay for pre-existing conditions? The GOP plans to charge moreCraig GarthwaiteMarket Place
05.04.2017
GOP health care plan passes House, moves to SenateJane HollEye Witness News Chicago
05.01.2017
New studies suggest choice of curriculum and textbooks can make a big difference for students Kirabo JacksonThe 74
04.30.2017
The shocking truth about aftershocksSeth SteinScientific American
04.28.2017
A path out of poverty: career training + quality pre kTeresa Ekrich SommerNPR
04.27.2017
Child poverty in the US is a disgrace. Experts are embracing this simple plan to cut it.Joseph FerrieVox
04.26.2017
Ten books to get you through the college admission cycleJames RosenbaumForbes
04.25.2017
Iowa GOP wants school choice; results mixed among states with programs David FiglioSixoux City Journal
04.25.2017
Republicans’ new health amendment lets insurers charge sick people more, cover lessCraig GarthwaiteVox
04.25.2017
Women are dying because doctors treat us like menTeresa WoodruffMaire Claire
04.23.2017
Starbucks is entering a new era - and 4 jokes reveal the biggest problems haunting its businessCraig GarthwaiteBusiness Insider
04.20.2017
Malcolm Gladwell may have been wrong about a schooling strategy many parents think will help their kids succeedDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachBusiness Insider
04.20.2017
House GOP members are floating a new health plan. Here’s what’s in it.Craig GarthwaiteVox
04.19.2017
These Americans moved to Canada for political reasons. They don't regret it John HaganThe Guardian
04.17.2017
CPS wants students to plan for the future. but it could backfireJames RosenbaumChicago
04.17.2017
Chicago wants to know students' college, career plansMesmin DestinEducation Week
04.17.2017
Does school competition lift all boats like Jeb Bush says?David FiglioPolitiFact New Hampshire
04.17.2017
For malpractice reform, focus on medicine first (not law)Bernard BlackThe New York Times
04.16.2017
Let the kids get filthy. It’s good for them.Thomas McDadeScary Mommy
04.15.2017
Cepeda: Does red-shirting kindergartners really help them? Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Mercury News (San Francsicso)
04.15.2017
Supply-side economics, but for liberalsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe New York Times
04.14.2017
Advice for new college presidentsMorton SchapiroThe Huffington Post
04.14.2017
Ready or not (for kindergarten), some research says, enroll anywayDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachNPR
04.11.2017
Report suggests little benefit to delaying kindergartenDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachNaperville Sun (Chicago Tribune)
04.11.2017
United Airlines is not aloneBenjamin PageThe New York Times
04.09.2017
DeVos praises this voucher-like program. Here’s what it means for school reform.David FiglioThe Washington Post
04.06.2017
Rich black people have worse health than rich white peopleThomas McDadeNew Scientist
04.05.2017
Liberals and conservatives read totally different books about science James DruckmanSmithsonian
04.05.2017
Under new GOP plan, health plans could get cheaper — but less useful to sick peopleCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
04.05.2017
How does this model mimic the female reproductive system?Teresa WoodruffBBC World Service
04.04.2017
Wellmark's ACA exit shows why insurers need to know health law's futureCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
04.03.2017
Women don't get to run top board committeesAlice EaglyBloomberg
04.02.2017
Why it’s still Trump’s fault if Obamacare failsCraig GarthwaiteFortune
04.01.2017
Scientists have recreated a period — and it's a big deal for women's healthTeresa WoodruffMashable
03.31.2017
Scientists at Northwestern have built a robot with its own menstrual cycle Teresa WoodruffDigital Trends
03.30.2017
The big Obamacare debate happening outside Washington: does insurance even work?Craig GarthwaiteVox
03.30.2017
Meet Evatar: The lab model that mimics the female reproductive systemTeresa WoodruffThe New York Times
03.29.2017
7 things people think are terrible for their relationship that actually aren'tEli FinkelBusiness Insider
03.29.2017
Muslim schoolchildren bullied by fellow students and teachersEmma AdamNPR - Code Switch
03.29.2017
'Menstrual cycle in a dish' explores intracacies of female bodyTeresa WoodruffHealth Day
03.29.2017
Mini female reproductive system on a chipTeresa WoodruffThe Scientist
03.28.2017
Scientists create miniature "menstrual cycle in a dish"Teresa WoodruffMental Floss
03.28.2017
The entire female menstrual cycle can now be replicated in a Petri dishTeresa WoodruffPopular Science
03.28.2017
World's first 'menstrual cycle on a chip' created to develop individualized treatments for women suffering from reproductive problems Teresa WoodruffThe Daily Mail
03.28.2017
How a device that mimics your period could advance women’s reproductive-health treatmentsTeresa WoodruffThe Cut
02.07.2017
Leaked HHS draft order to fix insurance market draws mixed reviewsCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
02.07.2017
ABA's rejection of stricter Bar-Pass Rule draws support, criticismDaniel RodriguezThe National Law Journal
02.07.2017
Anniversary of 1812 earthquake ushers in preparedness monthSeth SteinWTTW - Chicago Tonight
09.20.2016
Later term births may offer future cognitive benefitsDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
09.19.2016
Could a blood test diagnose depression?Eva RedeiSelf
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR