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May 14, 2013Vital skyscrapers need better planning, experts say
Tall buildings need better urban planning to serve the needs of growing cities, UIC and UIUC authors write.
May 10, 2013Perfectly doped quantum dots yield colors to dye for
Ultra-precise method for doping the tiny semiconductors produces vivid hues
May 8, 2013Engineers fine-tune the sensitivity of nano-chemical sensor
Tweaking graphene chemical sensors may open up many applications
April 30, 2013Three students win State Dept scholarships
UIC Honors College students to boost global language skills
April 26, 2013UIC launches $10M ‘innovation fund’ to advance startups
Proceeds will be reinvested to support further UIC technology development
April 26, 2013UIC partners with state on biotech industry innovation hub
$3.4M facility in Medical District to incubate drug, diagnostic, medical device and IT startups
April 17, 2013UIC computer science student interns at Pixar
Creator of SpiderSense earns internship through Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
April 15, 2013UIC engineering freshmen guaranteed paid internships
“We can give our students the experience they need to succeed,” says dean Peter Nelson.
February 4, 2013‘Digital divide’ expert to FCC: Make broadband cheaper
Low-income city residents will not get home broadband until it costs less
January 10, 2013Philip Wagreich, 1941-2013
Philip Wagreich, a national leader in math education and retired director of the Institute for Mathematics and Science Education, died Jan. 1 of a heart attack. He was 71.