Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the manager of the UI's Indoor Climate Research and Training program, which does weatherization training and studies energy efficiency and indoor air quality.

Staff writer Paul Wood talks with the UI mechanical science and engineering professor who collaborated with MIT Professor Sangbae Kim to develop Little HERMES, a bipedal robot designed to go places that humans dare not.

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Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the founder of Mechanodontics (now Brius), a UI Cozad 2019 Grand Prize Winner that 'straightens teeth without the use of braces and aligners,' according to a profile in The New York Times.

This week's stop in our video series on local businesses with stories to tell: Champaign-based Herriott's, a key player in today's tailgating scene at the University of Illinois.

Staff writer Paul Wood talks with the UI electrical and computer engineering professor who is transforming the way her students learn by using virtual reality to help them better understand complex electrical-engineering concepts.

The trend among states, including Illinois, to legalize and regulate the production and sale of recreational marijuana is and has been a troubled legal minefield for banks and their customers trying to make money off such “legalized” production.

Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the associate director for entrepreneurial communities at the University of Illinois' Gies College of Business who manages the iVenture Accelerator.

This week’s stop in our series on local businesses with stories to tell: Urbana’s Mack’s Twin City Recycling, one of the area’s oldest family-owned and -operated outfits.

The seven-story Marriott Aloft is slated to open by the end of 2020 on the corner of Hill and Neil streets with 132 rooms, a bar on the first floor, and 'a robot that will come and deliver your food and beverage for room service.'