Changing the way medicine targets cancer. Could doctors one day kill cancer cells without the use of drugs or chemotherapy? Ash-har Quraishi spotlights some promising research in tonight's edition of Scientific Chicago.

Northwestern University Athletics Vice President Jim Phillips joins us to talk about the state-of-the-art athletics facility coming to campus -- and a Wildcat football team on the rise.

The Northwestern Women's Lacrosse team won its 7th NCAA championship in eight years.

Northwestern's lacrosse coach prepares her team for another run at a national title. We learn what drives Kelly Amonte Hiller.

Bradley Hamm, current dean of the Indiana University School of Journalism, will replace John Lavine as Medill's dean.

A new blood test could diagnose depression in teens. The co-author of a new study tells us how her research could cut down the disease's social stigma.

Ash-har Quraishi

Could harnessing the power of cold temperatures help shed flab and love handles? Ash-har Quraishi takes a look at the procedure of freezing fat.

Maggie Daley tripled the average survival rate for metastatic breast cancer. We look at why not all breast cancer prognoses are alike, and find out about the latest treatment developments.

Kris Kridel

Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM joins us to discuss a record order for Chicago-based Boeing,  the fallout from MF Global's collapse, and other top business headlines.

Dean John Lavine

The Dean of Northwestern University's Medill School talks about the future of journalism, and the end of his game-changing and sometimes tumultuous tenure.