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‘Oddball supernova’ appears strangely cool before exploding

A curiously yellow star has caused astrophysicists to reevaluate what’s possible within our universe. 

The origin of reproductive organs

A new study led by the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Kotaro Sasaki elucidates the early biological processes involved in the development of...

UW TO LEAD NATIONAL RESEARCH ON PEDIATRIC ASTHMA IN LOW-INCOME URBAN AREAS

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently announced they have awarded...

More youth report concussions since 2016, U-M study shows

Educating athletes, parents and coaches about concussion treatment and prevention has been a priority during the last decade, but are the intended...

Want to improve your child’s math skills? Read them a book.

Parents can improve their preschool child’s math skills by reading specially designed math picture books to them, according to a new study...

How gender bias impacts college career guidance—and dissuades women from certain jobs

Women are twice as likely to receive unprompted info on work-life balance, study finds

Empowering refugee communities with access to clean water

With project Maji, seniors Martin Leet and Leah Voytovich will use their President’s Engagement Prize to install a solar-powered water tank and...

PANDEMIC SILVER LININGS

Health experts look at ways that COVID-19 has led to improved care, coordination and education

New brain-like computing device simulates human learning

Researchers have developed a brain-like computing device that is capable of learning by association.  Similar to how famed physiologist...

Vaccination clinic at BJC offering drop-ins, choice between two vaccines

The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) and Pennsylvania Department of Health Regional Vaccination Clinic, located inside the Bryce Jordan Center (BJC) on Penn State’s University...

Wharton Dolphin Tank winners create opportunities for impact

The Wharton Undergraduate Division worked with Wharton Wellness, the Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board, and the Wharton Undergraduate Executive Board to host the first-of-its-kind Wharton Dolphin Tank, a...

Physicists reveal how motion can be generated by frustration

When two people want different things, frustration is inevitable. But these non-reciprocal interactions can also occur not just between people, but in...

Anouncement

[Champaign] 13 Thursdays in Campustown

13THURSDAYS presented by JSM Living continues in campustown this summer now through August 12. Explore campustown by taking advantage of deals and sales at 21 participating businesses every...

[Illinois] Passes for 22nd annual ‘Ebertfest’ on sale June 7

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Passes for the 22nd annual Roger Ebert’s Film Festival, or “Ebertfest,” will go on sale June 7.

Media advisory: Illinois undergraduates featured in television series ‘The College Tour’

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Eleven students from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will be featured in an edition of “The College Tour,”...

[Champaign] EXPLORE CAMPUSTOWN BUSINESSES ALL SUMMER WITH THE RETURN OF 13 THURSDAYS

CHAMPAIGN -- The Champaign Center Partnership invites the public to explore Campustown this summer during the return of 13 Thursdays, the annual 13-week promotion...