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Illinois ECE Transforms Building for Face Shield Production During Shutdown

URBANA, Ill. -- While campus was empty and eerily quiet during the mandatory COVID-19 shelter-in-place, the buzz of machines echoed in the chambers of the Machine Shop inside the Department of…

From  Ryann Monahan on 07/10/2020 16 plays 0  

Illinois ECE Graduation 2020 Full Virtual Ceremony

Illinois ECE Class of 2020 Graduates were celebrated during a Virtual Graduation Celebration held over Zoom on May 17, 2020, at 8 p.m. (CST). More than 300 graduates, family members, faculty, and…

From  Ryann Monahan on 06/30/2020 15 plays 0  

Changing the Way We See Cancer

Stephen Boppart, CCIL Research Program Leader, discusses innovative technology that is being developed by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to monitor, prevent, and treat cancer better, with…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/4/2020 5 plays 0  

Integrating Human and Animal Health

Paul Hergenrother, CCIL Deputy Director, explains the unique pathways his research team has taken with drug discovery at Illinois. Working with dogs and cats, diagnosed with aggressive cancers, are…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/4/2020 7  0  

Developing Human Cancer Treatments with Help From Our Pets

CCIL Research Program Leader, Tim Fan, discusses how our pet healthcare has accelerated pathways to cancer treatments. CCIL researchers are using comparative oncology which leverages our cats and…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/2/2020 3 plays 0  

Model Cancer Systems and How Clinical Trials will be impacted

CCIL Research Program Leader, Brendan Harley, is studying glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Harley's lab, working collaboratively across campus, is developing platforms that are…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/2/2020 8 plays 0  

The Power of Detecting Tiny Things: New Approaches in Detecting Cancer and COVID-19

CCIL Research Program Leader, Brian Cunningham, is developing ways to detect molecules and viruses from bodily fluids, a single drop of blood contains a wealth of information, some of which include…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/2/2020 25 plays 0  

What does COVID have to do with cancer?

The recent pandemic has not slowed down cancer - every day, 1,500 people will die from this disease and 5,000 individuals will be diagnosed. COVID has impacted access to detection, it has delayed…

From  Jordan Goebig on 06/2/2020 69 plays 0  

Interview with Prof. Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge, on the current state of Brexit, 4 Oct 2019

Interview with Professor Catherine Barnard, professor of European Union and Employment Law; Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Cambridge; senior fellow, UK in a Changing Europe. This interview, from the…

From  Josephine Geigner on 10/23/2019 21 plays 0  

An Interview with Baroness Ruth Deech, Member of Parliament, by Illinois Students

Recorded September 16, 2019 European Union Center, University of Illinois.

From  Josephine Geigner on 09/26/2019 45 plays 0  

MCB 364: Eukaryotic Cell Biology Laboratory, Conversation with Dr. Lyne Levesque

Learn about MCB 364: Eukaryotic Cell Biology Laboratory from the professor herself. Learn about what topics are covered, prerequisite coursework, and how relevant the course is to current scientific…

From  Timothy Bowers on 04/23/2019 37 plays

KCH Professor Jake Sosnoff on ESPNCU with Stevie Jay

Stevie Jay invites U of I Applied Health Sciences Professor Jake Sosnoff in to talk about movement and a study on falling more efficiently.

From  Vincent Lara-Cinisomo on 02/28/2019 0 plays 0  

A Few Minutes With ... Jake Sosnoff

College of Applied Health Sciences media relations specialist Vince Lara spends A Few Minutes With ... Jake Sosnoff, professor in the Kinesiology and Community Health department of AHS. Jake discuss…

From  Vincent Lara-Cinisomo on 02/21/2019 55 plays 0  

MCB 314: Introduction to Neurobiology, Conversation with Dr. Dan Llano

Learn about MCB 314: Introduction to Neurobiology from the professor himself. Learn about what topics are covered, prerequisite coursework, and how relevant the course is to current scientific…

From  Timothy Bowers on 02/8/2019 17 plays 0  

60 Second Science: Justin Rhodes on Studying Mice and Clownfish

Beckman Institute NeoroTech Group member Justin Rhodes presents his research in sixty seconds. His fields of research interests are behavior genetics and neurobiology of motivation and addiction, and…

From  Steven Drake on 03/28/2017 30 plays 1  

Tribute to NPRE Prof. Roy Axford - Clipped by Susan Mumm

Alumni, students, staff, faculty and friends of the Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign gathered April 21, 2016, in part to pay…

From  Susan Mumm on 06/16/2016 4 plays 0  

Blue Waters

A short documentary about the Blue Waters project, which will build the world's first sustained petascale computational system dedicated to open scientific research. The project will include…

From  Joel Steinfeldt on 10/8/2015 14 plays 0