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In acclaimed sci-fi novels, Ada Palmer uses history to build a ‘deep and detailed world’

Nominated for a Hugo Award, UChicago historian’s ‘Terra Ignota’ series explores societal evolution and the importance of ‘partial victories’

Purdue University partners with leading global chipmaker on Midwest’s first semiconductor design center

Purdue University’s College of Engineering is partnering with MediaTek Inc., a leading global fabless chipmaker, to open the Midwest’s first semiconductor chip...

Interim leader named for Penn State Outreach

Penn State has named an interim vice president for Outreach and will conduct a national search to find a permanent leader for...

Laser writing may enable ‘electronic nose’ for multi-gas sensor

Environmental sensors are a step closer to simultaneously sniffing out multiple gases that could indicate disease or pollution, thanks to a Penn...

Northwestern commemorates Title IX anniversary

Fifty years ago today, Congress passed landmark legislation known as Title IX to prohibit sex discrimination in education and level the playing...

Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration

Around 13,200 years ago, a roving male mastodon died in a bloody mating-season battle with a rival in what today is northeast...

REDESIGNING FOOD PANTRIES

UD nutrition dietetic grad students help Food Bank of Delaware on its mission to provide culturally relevant foods

To understand Juneteenth, a UChicago alum seeks to solve a historical puzzle

Edward T. Cotham Jr., AM’76, examines the document behind the June 19 federal holiday

Purdue University Global Concord Law School to discuss expeditionary law with New York Times ‘super lawyer’ in next Distinguished Speaker Series

 Concord Law School at Purdue University Global will present a live discussion titled “Expeditionary Law: Foreign Dealmaking and the Problem of Corruption” for the next...

The fossil hunter

Summer afternoons in the Manuscripts Reading Room of the British Library are quiet with the rustling of turning pages and muffled thrust...

Rubbery camouflage skin exhibits smart and stretchy behaviors

The skin of cephalopods, such as octopuses, squids and cuttlefish, is stretchy and smart, contributing to these creatures’ ability to sense and...

Northwestern faculty to speak at TEDxChicago

Three Northwestern University professors — Mesmin Destin, Michael Jewettand Manijeh Razeghi — will present at this year’s TEDxChicago, an independently organized TED event that promotes “ideas...

Anouncement

Provost Cangellaris leaving Illinois to lead Saudi Arabian university

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost Andreas C. Cangellaris will leave the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in August...

[Illinois] Dump and Run

Dump and Run keeps over 30 tons of used, quality goods out of Champaign-Urbana’s dumpsters and landfills each year. This project reduces litter and...

[Urbana] Power of Parks 5k

Run Your Race: July 18 - July 29Any Location | All Ages | FREE CODE: 675 | REGULAR CODE: 676Register NOW through...

[Illinois] Get Ready for #WelcomingWeek2022

Get ready for #WelcomingWeek2022!Whether you’re an organization, individual, or local government, you can participate in the 10-year anniversary...