North Korea successfully detonated a miniaturized nuclear device at a northeastern test site Tuesday, state media said, defying U.N. Security Council orders to shut down atomic activity or face more sanctions and international isolation.
A Brazilian-based agribusiness company says its plant in the Iroquois town of Gilman will be home this coming fall to the first generator powered exclusively by gravity.
A German company has cast the winning bid for a Champaign-based video game design studio in Delaware bankruptcy court Wednesday.
8 AM Central time Tuesday morning was the deadline for bids to be received on the sale of assets by the parent company of Champaign video-game designer Volition.
Participants in Champaign-Urbana’s two Municipal Electricity Aggregation programs have saved nearly $1.2 million so far, compared to what their electric supply bill would be under Ameren. Figures released by the two cities list the savings at more than $690,000 through November for Champaign customers --- and about $500,000 saved through September for Urbana households.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on Wednesday honored world-renowned physicist Nick Holonyak, Jr, who is the inventor of the first practical light-emitting diode, or LED.
An Amtrak passenger train reached a speed of 111 mph for the first time on Friday in Illinois.
It is a year of honors for University of Illinois Engineering and Physics Professor Nick Holonyak Jr.
The mayor of Chicago says he is determined to grow the city’s technological economy as other cities see that industry booming.
Over centuries, agricultural technology has created huge changes in the way people live, and the stakes for technological progress have never been higher.