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The Hoeft Technology & Management Program: 25 Years in the Making

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News | October 7, 2020

Sharing the beauty and wonder of physics: Physics professor Nadya Mason answers the Proust Questionnaire

Nadya Mason — Founding Director, Illinois Materials Research Science and Engineering Center — Born in New York City, New York — BS in Physics, Harvard University; PhD Physics, Stanford University

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News | July 14, 2020

Illini 4000 continue annual trek for cancer research

“Illini 4000 enabled me to humanize the stories at the core of the disease, and I hoped the experience would serve as a motivational backdrop fueling my work as I headed to either med school or grad school.” —Viraat Goel (B.S. ’19, Bioengineering)

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News | January 31, 2020

Training the new masters of engineering instruction

AE3 Collins Scholars Program continues network of support, resources for new faculty

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News | January 15, 2020

$100M partnership to drive smart, reconfigurable technologies

The Grainger College of Engineering—home to the Shanghai Ranking's #1 program in automation and controls—and Foxconn Interconnect Technology are partnering on a new $100 million Center for Networked Intelligent Components and Environments. The center, based on the university's campus in Urbana-Champaign, will serve as a global hub for the technology that will drive the manufacturing plants, medical environments, autonomous vehicles, and smart homes of the future.

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News | October 1, 2019

Illinois researchers publish article describing Illinois RapidVent emergency ventilator

The design, testing, and validation of the Illinois RapidVent emergency ventilator has been published in the journal Plos One. The article, “Emergency Ventilator for COVID-19,” by University of Illinois Urbana researchers, is the first of its kind to report such details about an emergency ventilator that was designed, prototyped, and tested at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

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News | January 15, 2021

Engineering News | January 22, 2019

Feeling groovy: Neurons integrate better with muscle grown on grooved platforms

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Engineering News | January 22, 2019

Feeling groovy: Neurons integrate better with muscle grown on grooved platforms

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Physics postdoc Hector Silva discusses relativistic theories of gravity in black holes and neutron stars
10.7.19, Illinois Innovators Podcast
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New ECE Illinois Virtual Reality Lab is changing the way students learn
10.7.19
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Through NSF grant, researchers creating advanced autopilot to mimic the "Sully Factor"
10.1.19
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A data-intensive dugout: How Illinois is ramping up technology training
9.16.19, U.S. News & World Report
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