Always look your best from the waist up when working or socializing online. That means not merely dressing appropriately, but using the best possible webcam. The last column highlighted online software to facilitate personal and business connections over the internet. Here’s the hardware to …
“They’re positioned around the village at different locations,” Police Chief Tony Brown said. “As we get into different things going on, if we have a crime going on in a certain area, we will use them.”
Epivara, a start-up venture at the University of Illinois Research Park, has been awarded a $250,000 National Science Foundation grant to continue research and development for its first product.
No matter which online conferencing software you choose, hardware and internet connections determine ultimate quality.
The Grainger College of Engineering hopes to launch the new institute this fall, Dean Rashid Bashir said.
The worst job I ever had was as ... "a bagger and a cashier at a grocery store during high school. It was in this job that I first realized how rude people can be and while 'the customer is always right,' that’s not always true."
Panelists for Part 3 of our miniseries: Seniors from Danville, Judah Christian, Academy High, Westville, Rantoul, Blue Ridge, LeRoy, Clinton, Watseka, GCMS, DeLand-Weldon and Cerro Gordo.
The UI mechanical engineering grad's favorite moment on the job? "Every time a homeowner says how our ventilation system has improved the health and lives of their family."
Council members said they had many of the same questions they had a year ago, when the agreement was first brought before the council and tabled.
The sensors will measure different atmospheric conditions such as temperature, nitrogen dioxide and ozone, as well as images and audio to calculate traffic counts and “ambient sound intensity,” according to a memo from city staff.
Said Gov. J.B. Pritzker: “Government systems and your personal systems are all in some ways under attack every day ... It's a constant battle but we have a pretty good team that's fighting it."
The stars are aligned for Illinois to become a hot spot in the revival of manufacturing across our great American Heartland. For example, I propose a really big, transformative, federal-state-private sector partnership that would create a cutting-edge, computer chip manufacturing and researc…
On this Earth Day, we break away from the usual gloomy, doomy forecast and ask 24 experts from across the UI campus to give us something positive about the state of the planet.
The professor of cell and developmental biology and director of the UI’s Neuroscience Program takes us on a guided, virtual tour of her favorite spots — from The Quintessential Engineer sculpture to Krannert Center.
With about one-third of Champaign County residents now fully vaccinated for COVID-19, the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District is using some newly-mapped data to zero in on the areas where fewer people have yet to get their first shot.
Among the Pakistan-born, Purdue-educated professor's favorite stops: Bardeen Quad, Japan House, KoFusion and Engineering Hall, where in 2019 he remembers hearing that the Grainger Foundation "wanted to make a transformational naming gift to our college."
Astronaut Mike Hopkins answered questions from local grade schoolers, engineering students, current football players and alumni for about 25 minutes, before Athletic Director Josh Whitman wrapped it up with a celestial “I-L-L.”
The three-degree UI grad talks about Professor Lee Sentman's impact, his two Golden Retrievers, lessons learned while working at McDonald's and much more.
You never know where the next better-health innovation is going to come from, but Carle Illinois College of Medicine has 20 contenders lined up to pitch their ideas.
“After 29 years in town, home is here," says the German-born ultramarathoner, whose top spots include Krannert’s Foellinger Auditorium, Manolo’s, the Engineering Quad and Altgeld Hall's stacks.
Ahead of a two-day virtual open house that kicks off Friday, Beckman Institute Director and two-degree UI grad Jeff Moore takes us for a guided tour of some of his favorite spaces and places on and around campus.
Last month, three robotic missions launched from different countries reached Mars, including the first successful missions sent by China and the United Arab Emirates.