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Controlling the flow of heat through materials is important for many technologies.
Friction between metallic materials can cause severe damage, leading to surface wear and ultimately even failure.
Researchers have long thought that biological molecules and synthetic nanocrystals were similar only in size.
This is the highest honor bestowed by the United States Government on science and engineering professionals.
A scientist takes computing power under the skin.
John A. Rogers, a pioneer in flexible, stretchable electronics, has been given a 2013 American Ingenuity Award
If you want to get the most out of the sun, you have to improve the performance of the materials used.
Scientists have created a heat-resistant thermal emitter that could significantly improve the efficiency of solar cells.
U of I researchers have developed a new approach with applications in materials development for energy capture and storage
Significant advancement in MRI sensitivity has been acheived by a team of researchers
While wind and solar are in vogue as alternative means to produce energy, researchers are also discovering new energy sources
Advanced ink-jet printing involves copolymers that can spontaneously form ultrafine structures.
The Center for Advanced Study announced nine new appointments to its permanent faculty; three from the College of Engineering
A team of scientists has reported direct visualization of magnetic charge crystallization in an artificial spin ice material.
The cover story of the September issue of Discover magazine highlights the work of Illinois professor John A. Rogers.
Rashid Bashir, director of the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory at UIUC, to be the next head of the Dept of Bioengineering
Andreas C. Cangellaris, the head of the ECE department at UIUC will be the new dean for the College of Engineering.
Technology offers wide-angle fields of view, with low aberrations, high acuity to motion, and nearly infinite depth of field.