In a basement below Michigan Avenue, poetry turns into viruses and yeast into music.
Playwright J. Nicole Brooks weaves together race, medicine, and basic humanity into a heartfelt drama.
These chemigrams mimic the chromosomal mutations he inherited from his parents.
Andrews, profiled in Chicago magazine by Bryan Smith.
The People Issue: Lori B. Andrews, professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law and author of genetic thrillers
A new study examines just how early Asian-American children start outperforming their peers, and ponders why it happens.
How did you become a liberal or a conservative? Growing research shows a strong link between personality traits determined early in life and political persuasion in adulthood.
Did you inherit a gene that inclines you toward racism?
Learning genetic policy from the Illinois Humanities Council.