U of I's student-driven Electrical and Computer Engineering conference seeks to help students understand the industry into which they’re graduating.
Madison Maxey came to Allen Hall to introduce wearable technology to students and those that attended went home with some of their own creations.
Two U of I Aerospace Engineering students have teamed up to create an app that could revolutionize the way drones are operated.
We can’t deny it any longer. The fall semester is almost upon us. Here are some tips to get you started off on the right foot.
iVenture Accelerator brings interdisciplinary teams of students together to solve social problems through entrepreneuriship.
Facebook's next step is to out-human humans through virtual reality. What is virtual reality? Dr. Alan B. Craig explains virtual and augmented realities and how we can use these media to have a richer experience of the world (and maybe even be better people).
Last Week, Dr. Yemaya Bordain walked up to the stage to receive her diploma, and into the history books for the University of Illinois; she is the first ever African American women to receive a doctorate degree from the Engineering department at the University of Illinois.
A new deal app is fighting for precious space in our pockets, Hooked is on U of I's campus to provide its users with lightning fast deals to satiate anyone on a budget.
GEMS, a summer camp offered by the University of Illinois, introduces girls in middle school to computer science through video games and the arts.
Sam went to Hobbico's E-Fest last weekend, capturing some of the remote controlled aircrafts, discussed drones, and the future of flight for consumers.
The next installment of SocialFuse, an event hosted by the Technology Entrepreneur Center, kicks off tonight at 6 p.m. at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
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