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Getty Images There are vaccines for three types of bacteria that can cause meningitis. advertisement While it’s believed there’s no risk to students or staff, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School on the city’s south side will be closed Wednesday after officials said a student died from a “non-contagious form of bacterial meningitis.” Principal Alan Mather said he learned Tuesday afternoon that 16-year-old Savon Smith had died a day earlier.
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advertisement Obama Gets Personal in Chicago Speech In his visit to Chicago on Friday, President Obama told the young people gathered that if they work hard they can be successful. Carol Marin reports.
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May 15, 2012 University of Chicago Medical Center President Sharon O’Keefe, a nationally recognized authority on hospital operations, health care quality and patient satisfaction, and the mother of a child with epilepsy, has been named to the board of Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE). CURE was founded by parents of children with epilepsy who joined forces to spearhead the search for a cure by raising funds for research and increasing awareness of the disorder.
Dmitri Talapin , associate professor in chemistry, was one of 10 young scientists from around the world who delivered a message that “Scientific Research is a Global Necessity” to political, scientific and business leaders participating in the 2011 Science and Technology in Society forum last October in Kyoto, Japan. The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and the New York Academy of Sciences selected Talapin to represent the young scientists of North America at the STS Forum, which meets at the same venue were the Kyoto Protocol to alleviate global warming was signed in 1997.
The FBI wishes to express its condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Rob Ingram. Mr.
Toe deformities should be treated early, paper shows, and improper footwear can be to blame ROSEMONT, Ill. , Aug.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology biologist Nancy Hopkins , who launched a national re-examination of equity for women scientists in 1999, will present the University of Chicago’s inaugural Colloquium on How to Advance Women in Science and Engineering at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 12 in room 120 of Kent Chemical Laboratory , 1020 E.