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Study: Viruses are Living Entities; Share Evolutionary History with Cells

Applications Sought for IPRH Director

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites internal applications for the position of Director of the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH). See the full job description.

Project to Test CO2 Capture is First Funded with Support from Office of Proposal Development

A new project to test post-combustion carbon dioxide capture technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been awarded $1.3 million from the Department of Energy, marking the first funded proposal supported by the U of I’s new Office of Proposal Development. The project, “Large Pilot Scale Testing of Linde/BASF Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Technology at the Abbott Coal-Fired Power Plant,” is led by the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center’s Kevin O’Brien.

Illinois, Carle and OSF HealthCare Attack Sepsis with Engineering-Based Medicine

Genome Mining Process Identifies Compounds in a Fraction of the Time; Accelerating Pharmaceutical Discovery

New Synthetic Tumor Environments Make Cancer Research More Realistic

A New Home for the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities

The Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) has a new home—both organizational and physical. IPRH changed reporting lines from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. The change better aligned the program with peer research centers and institutions on the Urbana campus.

Illinois to lead new NSF center on thermal and electrical challenges in tech

Hybrid Sugarcane Growing at Lower Temperatures Could Extend Production Range

NSF Webinar - Technology Translation (PFI:AIR-TT) program

PFI:AIR-TT Webinar on Thursday, July 30 at 2pm EDT

The Partnerships for Innovation: Accelerating Innovation Research – Technology Translation (PFI:AIR-TT) program. The acronym is complicated. The idea is simple—provide funds for NSF researchers to move their discoveries closer to commercial reality