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February 5, 2013

Government must pay to eliminate digital divide

Home broadband is essential for digital citizenship and many are being left behind, a UIC expert says.

Gov. Pat Quinn at the Board of Trustees meeting

January 29, 2013

UI Labs could ‘solve technology challenges’

A proposed nonprofit, university-affiliated research technology center will “make Chicago a destination for talent around the world.”

Katherine Warphea

October 10, 2012

Moving research from lab to market

Once researchers have discovered a way to turn basic science into a potentially viable commercial product, they have to actually develop the product.

UIC student trustee Ken Thomas, U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, Chancellor Paula Allen-Meares, Gov. Pat Quinn, University President Bob Easte

September 5, 2012

New research facility ‘more than a building’

Transformative. Energizing. A renaissance for science and engineering at UIC. That’s how researchers in chemistry, biology and physics describe the $104 million Advanced Chemical Technology Building.

August 13, 2012

UIC, City Colleges Channel Minority Transfer Students into Science, Engineering

The University of Illinois at Chicago and City Colleges of Chicago have won funding to develop ways of channeling more underrepresented minority male students transferring from community college into baccalaureate degree programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

July 25, 2012

UI Hospital ranked among ‘most wired’

The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System has been named among the top “Most Wired Hospitals” for the sixth year by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.

July 19, 2012

UI Hospital Named to ‘Most Wired’ List

The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System has been named among the top “Most Wired Hospitals” for the sixth year by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.

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