In this Oct. 5, 2015 file photo, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver B.J. Daniels rides through a hallway at CenturyLink Field on an electric self-balancing scooter commonly called a "hoverboard."
Elaine Thompson/Associated Press
January 12, 2016

U Of I Bans Hoverboards Across Urbana Campus

The University of Illinois' Urbana campus has expanded a ban on hoverboards to all campus facilities as of January 18th.  The initial ban was limited to campus housing.  A U of I news release cites concerns over fire safety concerns with the two-wheeled scooters.


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Daily Illini
January 06, 2016

U of I Student Newspaper Cuts Back To 2 Days A Week

In two weeks, the Daily Illini will only be printed on Mondays and Thursdays. Publisher Lil Levant says this move is intended to let the DI focus more on web-based material and distribution through social media. Its weekend Buzz Magazine will end production in March.


A display at the U of I's National Center for Supercomputing Applications, during the launch of P.O.E.T.S. Thursday.
Jeff Bossert/Illinois Public Media
October 16, 2015

Aim For NSF-Funded Facility At U of I - More Power In Less Space

A new engineering research center was officially launched at the University of Illinois Thursday, with the goal of cramming more power into smaller spaces.  The Center for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems - POETS for short - will take on the challenges of improving mobile electronics and vehicle design.


A screen shows the winners as members of the Nobel Assembly announce the winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in physics, in Stockholm Tuesday
Fredrik Sandberg/TT via AP
October 06, 2015

U Of I Prof’s Research Led To Nobel Prize In Physics

U of I Physics Professor Mark Neubauer earned his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, where his research nearly 15 years ago played a role in this year's Nobel Prize in Physics, awarded to scientists from Canada and Japan Tuesday.


This Wednesday, June 10, 2015 photo shows chip credit cards in Philadelphia.
Matt Rourke/AP
September 29, 2015

IRMA Head: US Issued ‘Chip’ Credit Cards Don’t Go Far Enough

October 1st is the soft deadline for US merchants to offer payment systems for the new 'chip and sign' cards, already provided by a number of banks in the country.  But Illinois Retail Merchants Association President Rob Karr says the card's magnetic stripe still makes consumers vulnerable to fraud.


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