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A Fruitful Partnership

For US farmers, enormous GPS-guided equipment makes easier work of planting and harvesting thousands of acres each season. Now, thanks to a...

[Illinois] Sunny days @ the Y

Looking for something to do during school break?  Come hang out at our beautiful building! A quiet space with...

[Illinois] SUMMER FILMS ON THE QUAD

EVERY THURSDAY 9PM UIUC MAIN QUAD Come enjoy the year's biggest blockbusters while still being able to boast that...

Department of Mathematics collaborates with Spurlock Museum to preserve iconic math models

They come from a pre-digital era: a way to help students understand geometry and algebra by literally grasping the concepts in their...

Associate Vice Chancellor and Executive Director of Facilities and Services Announcement

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to share that Dr. Ehab Kamarah has been selected to serve as the new...

UIUC researchers create first high-yield plastic microprocessors that cost under a penny each

Supercomputers can crunch massive data sets and give us insights into the wonders of the universe. But a sub-penny microprocessor that flexes...

Flying taxi cabs in the near future? UIUC researchers say, ‘Heads up, everybody’

Fans of the 1997 film “The Fifth Element” were undoubtedly drawn to the gravity-defying cars filling the screen, especially the Bruce Willis...

Looking to the Past to Save the Oceans Now

A floating laboratory embarked on a four-year mission to chart the ocean floor, measure ocean temperatures and chemistry, and collect marine specimens...

Researchers explore wireless charging of pacemakers, internal medical devices via wearable metasurface

Some of the organs in your body could malfunction quite a bit without ruining your life—but your heart isn't one of them:...

Why is the use of hypersonic missiles in the Russia-Ukraine conflict significant?

The U.S. recently confirmed that the Russian Ministry of Defence fired a hypersonic ballistic missile to destroy an underground arms depot in...
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Study: Holocaust Museum motivates visitors to create social change

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — “Dark tourism” experiences – sites and museums associated with violence, tragedy and war – draw millions of travelers each...

NPR: How climate change drives inland floods

Climate change means more flood risk across the United States. That includes places far from the ocean and sometimes far from rivers and...

[Illinois] 39th Annual International Dinner

You’re invited back to the International Dinner in person! This September, the University YMCA and the International Student and Scholar Services Office...

Enzyme, proteins work together to tidy up tail ends of DNA in dividing cells

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have described the way an enzyme and proteins interact to maintain the protective caps, called telomeres,...