CNN: It’s a boat? It’s a plane? No, it’s a ‘seaglider.’ And it goes fast…really fast

Boston-based REGENT says it's planning to build the first all-electric "seaglider," a ground-effect vehicle with top speeds of 180 mph. The company...

VOA: Indian Students in US Anxious About COVID-19 Back Home

Indian students in the United States say they feel helpless amid the massive wave of coronavirus infections back home.

NPRr: Why This World Food Prize Winner Wants You To Reconsider Anchovies

If you had to choose between eating a nice, tender fillet of salmon or ... umm, anchovies ... which would you choose?

Planning for Purdue’s commencement: Additional details released for upcoming ceremonies

Purdue University officials are releasing additional details for the upcoming commencement ceremonies on Saturday (May 15) and Sunday (May 16) at the...

Neighbors looking out for one another can lessen child abuse and neglect

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Roads pose significant threat to bee movement and flower pollination, U-M study shows

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Mantis shrimp-inspired camera provides second opinion during cancer surgery

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Illinois senior selected Knight-Hennessy Scholar

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With Project HOPE, President’s Engagement Prize winners Carson Eckhard, Natalia Rommen, and Sarah Simon will address the lack of support to wrongfully...


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