Former University Of Chicago Professor And Alum Wins Nobel Prize In Economics“I hope the prize today could help everyone see that humans are capable of amazing accomplishments when we set about trying to do something.”
Leon Lederman, Fermi Lab Director And Nobel Prize Winner Dead At 96“Lederman had an enormous impact beyond his fundamental discoveries in physics. He was enormously effective changing how physicists regard the value of public outreach and education."
University Of Chicago Professor Wins Nobel Prize In EconomicsProf. Richard Thaler is being honored for his contributions to behavioral economics.
U Of C Professor Who Helped Confirm Einstein Theory Congratulates Nobel WinnersDaniel Holz worked on the LIGO project, which was used to detect gravitational waves from the collision of two black holes.
Northwestern Professor Among Three Nobel Prize Winners In ChemistryThree scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for developing the world's smallest machines, 1,000 times thinner than a human hair but with the potential to revolutionize computer and energy systems.
Physicists' Nobel Prize For Neutrino Research A Big Boost For Counterparts At FermilabScientists at Fermilab on Tuesday were celebrating the Nobel Prize awarded to two physicists for their work on neutrinos, subatomic particles which are notoriously difficult to study.
Two U Of C Professors Awarded Nobel Prize In EconomicsEugene Fama and Lars Hansen shared the Nobel economics prize with Robert Shiller of Princeton. The U of C has been affiliated with nearly 90 Nobel laureates.
Chicago Native Shares Nobel Prize In MedicineA Chicago-born and trained researcher is one of three winners of this year's Nobel Prize in medicine.
NU Prof Shares Nobel Prize In EconomicsDale Mortensen pioneered the theory of job search and search unemployment and extended it to study labor turnover.