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New process more efficiently recycles excess CO2 into fuel, study finds

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — For years, researchers have worked to repurpose excess atmospheric carbon dioxide into new chemicals, fuels and other products traditionally...

Study: Religion, psychology share methods for reducing distress

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Religious people facing life crises rely on emotion-regulation strategies that psychologists also use, a new study finds. They look...

Disposable surgical masks best for being heard clearly when speaking, study finds

Researcher Ryan Corey recently heard from a friend who teaches at a school where some of the students have hearing loss. The friend wanted...

Study tracks elephant tusks from 16th century shipwreck

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — In 1533, the Bom Jesus – a Portuguese trading vessel carrying 40 tons of cargo including gold, silver, copper...

More than 1.3 million jobs, $82 billion in wages directly tied to Great Lakes

The Great Lakes support more than 1.3 million jobs that generate $82 billion in wages annually, according to a new analysis of...

Repurposed anti-malarial compounds kill diarrheal parasite, study finds

A class of compounds used for malaria treatment also kill the intestinal parasite Cryptosporidium, a leading cause of diarrheal disease and death...

CNN: Greenland’s ice sheet is melting as fast as at any time in the last 12,000 years, study shows

We've known for some time now that Greenland's ice sheet is melting at an alarming rate.Greenland lost more ice last year than in...

VOA: Study: Asian Americans Don’t Suffer From Admissions Rejection

A new study concludes that Asian American students do not face negative consequences in college when rejected from their first-choice colleges and...

Reuters: Severe or fatal COVID-19 very rare in children, study finds

Children and young people are far less likely than adults to get severe cases of COVID-19 infection, and death from the pandemic...

Measles outbreaks in Niger linked to rainfall and temperature, study finds

Rainfall and temperature drive agricultural activity, which, in turn, influences patterns of measles outbreaks in the West African nation of Niger, according...
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VOA: VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, September 25–October 1

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NPR: A public payphone in China began ringing and ringing. Who was calling?

For years, the public payphone in Beijing — demurely shielded by its bulbous, yellow cover — sat underused, eclipsed by the rise...

[Champaign] UPGRADE YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AT The Virginia Theatre

The Virginia Theatre will have you booked for the entire month of October once you get a peek at their action entertainment enriched schedule!