Addressing the challenges of climate change with novel technology
Researchers at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago are working to address global challenges around sustainability as humans adapt to a changing climate, including enhanced sensor networks, development of sustainable fuels, and advancing clean energy through better supply chains.
Ingalls Memorial and South Cook County EMS celebrate 50th anniversary of patient care
A national need for more structured, mobile medical care led to the first Emergency Medical Services (EMS) systems in 1969. Ingalls swiftly took notice, helping to coordinate and launch the South Cook County EMS in 1973.
State approves UChicago Medicine's $815M plan to build city's first freestanding cancer care and research facility
The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board approved the University of Chicago Medicine’s plans to build an $815 million, 575,000-square-foot building dedicated to cancer research and care on its medical campus on the city’s South Side.