Rigorous scholarship is at the heart of everything we do, and our city derives lasting benefits from our innovative ideas and research programs.
Our research collaborations bring our faculty and students together with expert practitioners in our adjacent communities. By working alongside civic partners who provide experience-based insights, we achieve a stronger understanding of pressing urban issues and develop pragmatic, thoughtful policies to help solve them.
As part of our commitment to fruitful research collaborations, we work to promote our results to the broadest possible audience, here in Chicago and far beyond, with the goal of achieving lasting positive impact.
The solutions we develop here in Chicago have the potential to transform the lives of people in cities around the world.
Multi-institutional QuSTEAM initiative awarded $5 million from NSF to advance quantum science education
With a $5 million cooperative agreement over two years from NSF's Convergence Accelerator, QuSTEAM will build transformative, modular quantum science degree and certification programs.
Quantum Leap: Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering researchers and South Side teachers team up to engage students in revolutionary technology
The quantum revolution is coming in nearly every industry, from information technology to medicine to manufacturing. In a pilot program originating at UChicago, quantum researchers at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) are helping South Side high school teachers introduce their students to quantum concepts, positioning them to be part of a quantum-ready workforce.
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering to celebrate 10th anniversary with two days of public science talks
In honor of its 10th anniversary, the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago will hold an alumni and industry day on Sept. 17 and a scientific conference on Sept. 18. The public is invited to attend via livestream.
After School Matters STEM Lab Internship, Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
As a participant in the 2019 After School Matters STEM Lab Internship program at UChicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME), Isabella worked with a research team using computer modeling to measure how efficiently energy transfers between peptides at varying distances.