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A GLIMPSE INTO A CELL

Scientists have known for decades that our cells constantly shed tiny pieces known as extracellular vesicles (EVs), but until relatively recently they...

$11 MILLION FROM NIH FOR RESEARCH

UD’s COBRE Center to add five investigators with five-year grant extension

NPR: NIH Halts Hydroxychloroquine Study; Says ‘Unlikely’ To Help COVID-19 Patients

The National Institutes of Health has halted its study of hydroxychloroquine, a drug President Donald Trump has promoted as a possible treatment...
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[Urbana] Come see the best in local photography on display February 4 – 12

The winners in the Best in Show Photographic Print Competition will be on display at Lincoln Square February 4  - 12.

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Remembering Frank Galati, award-winning writer, director and actor

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[Illinois] Student Engagement and Leadership Development (SELD) Internship 

SELD interns play a pivotal role in supporting student-focused and student-centered work at the University YMCA. After successful completion of the internship,...