02/13/2017 - 18:00 Tandy Warnow was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics.
02/07/2017 - 18:00 Utilizing IoT, CSL scientists have injected inexpensive sensors and radios in sporting equipment to make advanced analytics more accessible to the sports industry.
01/31/2017 - 18:00 Engineers create a demonstration of self-contained autonomous flight by mimicking morphological properties of flexible bat wings.
12/19/2016 - 18:00 Those who wish others could read their minds will enjoy a breakthrough technology out of the lab of Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas.
12/08/2016 - 18:00 Illinois professor Victoria Stodden is the lead author of a new report that provides recommendations for how researchers, funding agencies and journal publishers can work together to report data and computational code as part of scientific research findings.
12/05/2016 - 18:00 A team of University of Illinois researchers has discovered the existence of hot atomic hydrogen (H) atoms in an upper layer of Earth’s atmosphere known as the thermosphere.
Bhamidipati won best presentation award on improving power grid security and reliability through GPS timing11/30/2016 - 18:00 Graduate students Sriramya Bhamidipati, Yuting Ng and CSL Professor Grace Gao have developed a GPS system to strengthen power grid security.
11/13/2016 - 18:00 CSL Professor Joseph Lyding is likely to say that his scientific breakthroughs have been “accidents,” but, in reality, chance has played only a small role in his career as an innovator in scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and nanofabrication, and his work on semiconducting nanotubes.
10/26/2016 - 19:00 The course aims to give participants the skills to exert influence and become effective team members and leaders.
10/24/2016 - 19:00 Kevin Chang, Aditya Parameswaran, and CSL's Karrie Karahalios received an NSF BIGDATA grant—$1.8 million over four years—to develop DataSpread, a system that holistically unifies spreadsheets and database systems.
10/16/2016 - 19:00 All six projects, which will receive a total of $546,944, will fund research that aims to develop technology and techniques that advance clinical simulation and patient care.