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‘Like a fishing net,’ nanonet collapses to trap drug molecules

Northwestern University researchers are casting a net for nanoparticles. The team has discovered a new, rapid method for fabricating...

Who is at fault for COVID-19 crisis? Most Americans blame U.S. government, survey says

More Americans say the actions of the United States government caused the coronavirus situation in the country than attribute it to the...

Penn researchers uncover epigenetic drivers for Alzheimer’s disease

New findings suggest that late-onset Alzheimer’s Disease is driven by epigenetic changes—how and when certain genes are turned on and off—in the...

RESEARCH AND LIFE

On N’Dea Irvin-Choy’s first day doing research on her own as a graduate student, she set the laboratory on fire. She had...

STEM CELLS CAN REPAIR PARKINSON’S-DAMAGED CIRCUITS IN MOUSE BRAINS

The mature brain is infamously bad at repairing itself following damage like that caused by trauma or strokes, or from degenerative diseases...

UChicago chemists invent way to customize compounds just a few atoms thick

‘Build-a-compound’ method could boost search for better batteries and superconductors Changing the chemistry of a compound is difficult by...

International Programs uses virtual model to expand access, collaboration during pandemic

Purdue University students have the opportunity to work with students and faculty in Peru, Brazil and other parts of the world thanks...

Pandemic forces pivot for digital knowledge-sharing platform

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a major change for a Purdue University-affiliated startup looking to help college students turn their knowledge into money.

An ambitious new Project on the Future of U.S.-China Relations

The initiative brings together ‘next generation’ thinkers—scholars and practitioners—to address the complex and changing relationship between the two countries.

MORE POWER FROM THE SUN

New solar-cell design shows potential for increased efficiency A collaborative research team, consisting of University of Delaware mathematicians and...

Where are the patient advocates? The negative effect of social isolation on older patient care during COVID

A new study by researchers at the University of Michigan School of Nursing found that social isolation of older adult patients from...

Improved app designed to increase the diagnostic power of the pupil for neurologists, optometrists

New advances for a neurological diagnostic tool for traumatic brain injury and various cognitive issues are helping more health care professionals access...

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[Chicago] Nobody does the holidays like MSI.

Explore rich holiday traditions from around the globe while creating your own traditions with loved ones in Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light.

[Champaign] THE 20TH ANNUAL PARADE OF LIGHTS WILL BE A VIRTUAL

CHAMPAIGN - There’s no place like home for the holidays - a classic holiday tune that will ring true this holiday season....

[Urbana] Halloween masquerade car parade

Wednesday, October 28Rain Date: Thursday, October 29Decorate: 5-7pm ~ Parade Start: 7:30pmMarket Place Mall Parking LotAll AgesFree! We're...

[Illinois] Verizon 5G Innovation Hub Opens at Research Park

CHAMPAIGN — Verizon Business continues to accelerate the development of real-world 5G use cases with the rollout of its latest 5G Innovation Hub at...