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Nobel winner Penrose has long-standing ties to Penn State

The announcement of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics carries extra meaning for some in Penn State’s Eberly College of Science. Sir Roger Penrose,...

Glowing algebra theorems and glimpses into hospital make science lessons unique

Class had already started, but Asst. Prof. Anna Clebone had just come from the operating room at University of Chicago Medicine. So...
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New startup offers students free online tools to learn math

Co-founded at Chicago Booth, together.science adopts a different approach to STEM education

Understanding cooperation and conflict in plant symbionts

The traditional idea of symbiosis—long-term interactions between two organisms—is that the participants mutually benefit each other. However, researchers have debated whether the...

VOA: Ukrainian Grain Shipment Clears Inspection in Turkey

The first cargo ship carrying grain exports from Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion in late February cleared inspection Wednesday in Istanbul...

[Urbana] Play Day in the Park

Thursday, August 11, 5:30-7 pm At Crestview ParkAll Ages & Abilities The Urbana Park District Staff will be bringing the fun...