URBANA — Patients of Carle Foundation Hospital and physician group will be able to begin accessing their own medical records online, starting Feb. 6.
Carle has been letting its employees test the system, called MyCarle, for the past couple months and has had a great response, said Dr. William Schuh, Carle's chief medical information officer.
CHAMPAIGN — Wolfram Research has launched a new offering — the Wolfram Education Portal — that provides math teachers with supplemental resources for teaching algebra and calculus.
The portal includes an interactive textbook, lesson plans and other supplemental materials, such as demonstrations and videos, according to a release from the company.
DANVILLE - An international company interested in building a 40-turbine wind farm west of Rossville has resubmitted its request to the Vermilion County board for a building permit.
URBANA — Advanced Micro Devices has chosen the University of Illinois to be the site of the company's first AMD Fusion Center of Innovation.
The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based firm said Tuesday that the center will "fund, mentor and promote" commercial enterprises that emerge from research on campus.
DANVILLE — The non-profit WITS recycling center has closed down its operation in Danville indefinitely due to the high cost of bringing its building up to city codes.
Angela Haas, founder of the St. Louis-based organization, said the costs for repairs to the facility at 1507 N. Bowman Ave. in Danville are just too high.
URBANA — An Urbana radio station went off the air early Monday afternoon due to transmitter problems.
Bob McClure, a volunteer for radio station WRFU-FM, 104.5, said the station lost its signal at 12:10 p.m. when the transmitter malfunctioned.
McClure said it could be at least 10 days before the transmitter is repaired.
CHAMPAIGN — Hobbico has acquired three new lines of radio-controlled cars — one from California and the other two from the United Kingdom.
The Champaign-based manufacturer and marketer of model hobby products announced this week that it had acquired Irvine, Calif.-based Axial Racing, which focuses on rock-crawling and rock-racing products.
CHAMPAIGN — A Champaign-based company has been selected as one of 10 finalists that will compete March 1 for a $100,000 grand prize at the second annual Clean Energy Challenge in Chicago.
Dioxide Materials was chosen from 59 applications submitted by early-stage clean-energy companies in eight Midwestern states.
URBANA — The words in spirituals, protest songs and jazz and blues music tell the history of blacks and civil rights in the United States.
But when they're sung by students at Wiley Elementary School in Urbana, they seem even more special, more historic, more hopeful.
The students put on an assembly Thursday to remember the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
One feature all new MTD buses include (as well as about 40 existing buses) is the ability to control some traffic lights in Champaign.
Called TSP, or traffic signal prioritization, an onboard computer and radio transmitter can give buses an extra-long green light — or can shorten a red light.