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Can dogs live longer?

Audrey Ruple loves Great Danes so much that, while in the middle of Texas on a family vacation in 2012, she made...

U of I engineering professor appointed to US Department of Nuclear Energy leadership role

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Kathryn D. Huff, a professor of nuclear, plasma and radiological engineering in the Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, has...

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

Parents are less likely to neglect or abuse their children when they have supportive networks within their neighborhood and others on whom...

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

Road networks extend some 20 million miles across the globe, and that number is projected to increase by an additional 15 million...

Mantis shrimp-inspired camera provides second opinion during cancer surgery

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Some of the world’s greatest innovations, such as Leonardo da Vinci’s flying machine, owe their strength and elegance to...