All science technology

Dead Islet Cells

May 18, 2015

Bigger capsules may be long-sought key to transplanting islet cells

Research brings cure for type 1 diabetes one step closer

Usama Ibrahim, a dual-degree candidate in neuroscience and political science at UIC.

May 7, 2015

UIC sophomore named Rangel Scholar

Competitive program promotes diversity in U.S. representation abroad

Jordi Cabana

April 17, 2015

Beyond the lithium ion, toward a better performing battery

Magnesium ions may be key to improved energy source

Emily Minor

April 9, 2015

Make your home a home for the birds

How residential landscaping can bring birds to your neighborhood

Graphene quantum dots deposited on a sporating bacteria

March 24, 2015

Tiny bio-robot is a germ suited-up with graphene quantum dots

Using nanotechnology, researchers create humidity sensor on spore

Robert Winn Lab

March 2, 2015

Restoring ability to halt cell division may protect lung cells from cancer

Researchers’ findings could lead to new type of chemotherapy

Giraffe

February 13, 2015

Imaging scientists crowd-source count of Kenyan wildlife

Software recognizes each individual species in photos

XPC DNA repair protein

January 28, 2015

Damaged DNA may stall patrolling molecule to initiate repair

DNA-repair proteins may depend on a delay to recognize damage

Online programs

January 8, 2015

UIC ranked second in nation for online degree programs

New U.S. News & World Report survey continues UIC’s rise

Cyber-commons classroom, Electronic Visualization Laboratory

December 17, 2014

‘Draw me a picture,’ say scientists; computer may respond

Designing a computer that understands murky instructions