URBANA — A senior engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory who has led explorations to Saturn, Jupiter and Mars will deliver a talk Tuesday on the University of Illinois campus.
Todd Barber will present "Lord of the Rings: The Cassini Mission to Saturn" at 6:30 p.m. in Room 1404 in the Thomas M. Siebel Center for Computer Science, 201 N. Goodwin Ave., U.
CHAMPAIGN — Tim Deppen and Nishana Ismail were determined to do something after a friend of theirs was mugged in January 2013.
At the time, both Deppen and Ismail were mechanical engineering students at the University of Illinois.
The first Ford Mustang rolled off a Michigan assembly line 50 years ago Sunday. The News-Gazette's PAUL WOOD talked to some committed 'Stang fans to find out what endears them to the iconic car.
Peter Alexander of Peter B's Automotive in Urbana owns a Mustang 2011 California Special and is redoing a 1967.
Home theater confuses people with its nomenclature. Dolby Laboratories established the 5.1 home standard about 30 years ago. Now we also have 6.1 and 7.1.
Genealogists, historians, attorneys and others are indebted to the Illinois State Archives for continuing to house and make accessible state and local government records that document various activities within the state.
Astronaut and University of Illinois graduate Mike Hopkins posted a photo of Champaign-Urbana today from space.
Hopkins is aboard the International Space Station.
URBANA — University of Illinois meteorologist Jeffrey Frame, who takes students to the Great Plains each spring to observe tornadoes and thunderstorms, will speak at a free weather-safety event at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Beckman Institute auditorium, 405 N. Mathews Ave., U.
CHAMPAIGN — Oso Technologies has won plenty of acclaim for its idea of a system that monitors how much water your lawn, garden or houseplant needs.
Now it's time to provide the actual product to customers.
For the last couple weeks, the company's five full-time employees have been programming PlantLink base stations and links in their office in downtown Champaign.
URBANA — Two concerts, one this week and the other in April, will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Computer Music Project, which is part of the University of Illinois Experimental Music Studios.
Ease of access to forgeries has prompted police to step up their enforcement efforts
Bouncers in Campustown are veterans at spotting fake IDs.
They know the signs — the logo isn't quite right, the color is off, the card just doesn't have the right feel.