Chicago Tonight spoke with Dr. Stacy Kahn, who specializes in the treatment of digestive diseases at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, about Fecal Microbiota Tranplants.
Battery Advancements, Bio-bots and Political PolarityJan 8, 2013 | | Post a Comment > >
How malleable are political views? And a robot made without any electronics? Our science guy, Neil Shubin, joins us to help answer these questions and more in tonight's Scientific Chicago.
Dreaded Invaders Found in Chicago LagoonsDec 20, 2012 | | Post a Comment > >
The Shedd Aquarium unveils three giant new Bighead Asian Carp. But just where were they caught, and what does it tell us about the battle to keep these invaders away from the Great Lakes?
From the historic summer drought to today’s surprisingly mild winter, Illinois has experienced some extreme weather patterns this year. Our panel of experts dissects what this means for the future.
We continue our conversation with Christopher Kimball, including why he doesn't view cooking as creative or glamorous.
Forty years after humans last walked on the moon, two of the men who did it pay a visit to the Adler Planetarium. We hear from the astronauts who made the journey.
For trauma victims, surviving an attack or disease can seem like the whole battle. But author Laurence Gonzales says "ongoing survival requires relentless attention."
Hurricane Sandy has made landfall out east, but Chicago is keeping its eye on the storm as huge waves churn Lake Michigan.
The unbelievable landing of the Curiosity Rover on Mars capped a year of fascinating space exploration. Astrophysicist Chris Lintott looks back on the top space stories of 2012.
Bee hives, hand cream and O'Hare Airport. We show you how one social enterprise is utilizing the sweet nectar of honey to give its employees a fresh start.
Vanecko Manslaughter ChargesDec 17, 2012 | | Post a Comment > >
We have some of your thoughts about the manslaughter charges filed again Richard Vanecko for David Koschman's death in tonight's Viewer Mail.
America's Test Kitchen host Christopher Kimball joins us with scientific secrets to better cooking.
A new drug shows promise in the treatment of social withdrawal for people with Fragile X syndrome, and potentially for autism patients.
Chicago Tonight interviews Nate Silver Friday. The interview will air Tuesday on our show, but here's a sneak peek.
In tonight's Scientific Chicago, Ash-har Quraishi takes a look at a recent scientific study that delves deep into what happens as we recall events from our past.