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8 hrs ago | Patch.com
George Sakas has been hired for the position and comes to Des Plaines after spending eight years as the community development director of the village of Schiller Park.
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20 hrs ago | Wireless Design & Development
A number of technologies have been developed to detect skin temperature changes that can serve as early indicators of disease development and progression.
A California high school is redesigning its mascot of an Arab after an Arab-American group complained that the portrayal of a snarling, mustached man is steeped in offensive stereotypes.
One scientist is developing breakthrough electronic sutures and medical implants that dissolve when their jobs are done.
The month was the fifth month this year with below-average precipitation for the state, according to Jim Angel, Illinois State Climatologist with the Illinois State Water Survey at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
High-quality aerial photos taken with sub-100g quadcopters and from cameras mustering less than a megapixel in resolution could make panoramic photography far more accessible, affordable, and flexible, one researcher has discovered.
A new, inexpensive microchip quickly diagnoses patients with HIV/AIDS and could lead to a simple finger stick test for the disease.
A thin sheet of dyed plastic could cut the cost of solar power, particularly for applications that require solar cells to be highly efficient and flexible.
An intrepid atmospheric science department team from the University of Alabama in Huntsville is tracking and measuring lake-effect snowstorms from the southern banks of Lake Ontario, all in the name of better future weather forecasting.
The Division of Student Affairs at The University of Texas has chosen Mulugeta Ferede as the new executive director of the University Unions.
The president of the University of Illinois has issued a letter saying the school is officially opposing a pension-reform deal under consideration in Springfield.
While the federal government decides how to regulate electronic cigarettes, many university officials across the country are moving ahead with their own rules about e-cigs on campus.
Ted deChatelet has waited tables and tended bar to feed his acting habit. He has driven a limo that got hit by a fish truck.
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