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  • A new study by #UChicago researchers shakes up the picture of Martian salt—and offers new ways to test what Mars’ water would have looked like: http://ms.spr.ly/6182T3FCi

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  • Could you tell an effective story in 100 words?

    #UChicago scholar Lauren Berlant's collection "The Hundreds" features experimental poems that constrain themselves to 100 words to explore the 'concept of the ordinary': http://ms.spr.ly/6184T3oZr

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  • With well over a month until classes start again at #UChicago, you've still got plenty of time to enjoy a summer in the city. Looking for ideas? UChicago College asked faculty about their favorite Chicago summer pastimes: http://ms.spr.ly/6182T35LC

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  • On September 9th, The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Dean Katherine Baicker will present U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the 2019 Dean’s Award at #UChicago’s Logan Center. http://ms.spr.ly/6180T3jBK

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  • “Art and neuroscience require different kinds of effort, but the core of it is just curiosity, expression and understanding of self.”

    How #UChicago PhD student Yuqing Zhu's neuroscience studies inform her imaginative self-portraits: http://ms.spr.ly/6182T3ZD6

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  • Code Pénal, a particularly graphic law book from 1929, illuminates legal typical situations with humor, nuance, and social commentary that transcend language and culture. The legal "comic book" is one of many illustrated law publications curated by the D'Angelo Law Library. http://ms.spr.ly/6180T3zEM

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  • #UChicago-affiliate Argonne National Laboratory is upgrading its kilometer-long Advanced Photon Source—which provides extremely bright X-rays used to investigate everything from dinosaur bones to new pharmaceutical drugs. http://ms.spr.ly/6186T3HKg

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  • A newly discovered exoplanet is now the smallest ever recorded, thanks to the work of #UChicago scientists & #NASA's Kepler spacecraft: http://ms.spr.ly/6188T3BsK

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  • A century of research. A legacy of discovery. Oriental Institute - University of Chicago is turning 100. #oi100

    Learn More: ms.spr.ly/6011TMfjx

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  • We are saddened by the loss of Prof. Emeritus David Bevington, preeminent Shakespeare scholar and longtime #UChicago professor.

    Bevington helped build UChicago’s Department of English Language and Literature into a national center for graduate study in the English Renaissance. http://ms.spr.ly/6180TM4yg

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  • “We started by asking the question: Does electrical stimulation always have to feel unnatural or is there anything we can do to make it feel more in tune with your own volition ... it’s such a philosophical question.”
    - #UChicago Asst. Prof. Pedro Lopes. http://ms.spr.ly/6187TMxsP

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  • Deep beneath the Negev Desert, evidence of 400,000-year-old storms was locked in an Israeli aquifer—now #UChicago & Argonne National Laboratory scientists are using krypton isotopes to decode its secrets: http://ms.spr.ly/6184TMaG8

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  • Studies have shown that interacting with nature improves mental health—but trying to design practical solutions for cities has proven challenging.

    Pioneering research from #UChicago offers a framework for how city planners around the world can start to measure the mental health benefits of nature: http://ms.spr.ly/6187TMtPW

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  • Meet a UChicagoan: Class of 2019 graduate Devshi Mehrotra—with a joint bachelor's and master's degree in computer science—is using her skills to leverage technology tackling issues ranging from criminal justice reform to income inequality. http://ms.spr.ly/6189TMqGV #UChicago

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  • West Virginia recently became the first state to utilize mobile voting in an election. New research from #UChicago found that technology increased voter turnout—as well as concerns about security. http://ms.spr.ly/6188TMYAI

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  • David Meltzer has care down to a science. The #UChicago physician/economist is revitalizing the most central part of medicine; the doctor-patient relationship. http://ms.spr.ly/6186TMZlO

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  • The 1919 race riots left a stain on Chicago history. A century later, a #UChicago team has mapped that violence, creating a resource to help scholars reexamine the riots' causes and lasting effects.
    #Chi1919 #CRR19

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  • The secret lives of shells. Hi-Res 3D imaging adds a new dimension to our understanding of biodiversity. http://ms.spr.ly/6180TMZe0

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  • Two steel structures, each one a perfect counterweight to the other, bridge the University of Chicago Department of Art History and #UChicago's Smart Museum of Art.

    The piece is Richard Serra's "Seattle Right Angles Propped"—pictured here with its donor, Dorie Sternberg (Lab,’43). http://ms.spr.ly/6184TMn1a

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