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If you're debating about what impatiens to plant in your yard, a recent study at the University of Illinois suggests that you go with Cajun Carmine, that is if you want fewer insects in your garden.
While the laws of physics werenâ€™t made to be broken, sometimes they need revision.
In the race to find answers about ovarian cancer, researchers now have something to cluck about.
CHICAGO, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- A clean coal portfolio in Illinois will create thousands of new jobs in the coming years and send a positive ripple effect throughout the Illinois economy, according to a new study released by the Illinois Chamber Foundation today.
Thanks to an interdisciplinary team of researchers, scientists now have a more complete understanding of one of the human bodyâ€™s most vital structures: the red blood cell.
They can't wait to do computational chemistry at a quadrillion calculations per second.
University investment decisions can deepen job losses and other financial cuts when market collapses carve into budget-supporting endowment funds, a new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have identified a potential drug target for the treatment of Alzheimerâ€™s disease: a receptor that is embedded in the membrane of neurons and other cells.
They were illiterate farmers, builders and servants, but Maya commoners found a way to record their own history â€“ by burying it within their homes.
Although it looks small and unassuming, the tiny origami crane sitting in a sample dish in University of Illinois professor Jennifer Lewis' lab heralds a new method for creating complex three-dimensional structures for biocompatible devices, microscaffolding and other microsystems.
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