An infinite connection | The Daily Illini

Bruce Berndt has spent his life proving the work of one of the world’s greatest mathematicians. His research spans decades, countries, languages and cultures.

Uncovering the past | The Daily Illini

Around the world, digitization projects are making natural history collections accessible to all and changing the role of the 21st century curator.

The postdoctoral experience | The Daily Illini

For postdoctoral researchers, the competition for jobs brings about a number of challenges and a feeling of uncertainty about the future.

Your new, future robot co-worker | The Daily Illini

Brain-computer interfaces open up an endless stream of questions about how robots could help humans in the future.

Analysis: News coverage in rural America | CU-CitizenAccess

Coverage of rural America, especially in major national news outlets, is limited because most news business is located on the coasts.

How Chicago became a leader in urban agriculture | Chicago Inno

Chicago lives up to its motto, “city in a garden,” as it continues to be an innovative national leader in urban agriculture.

Illinois investors on the future of agtech | Chicago Inno

The growth of agtech investing is leading Illinois venture capitalists to evaluate the significance of this industry and the state’s role in its success.

Q&A with singer, songwriter, lead singer of fun., Nate Ruess | The Daily Illini

Nate Ruess discusses his first solo tour, his songwriting process, and what advice he would give his 19-year-old self.

A destined duo: UI professor to develop robots that aid elderly | The Daily Illini

A research project envisions creating robots and drones that can help senior citizens perform daily tasks, such as retrieving medications or watering the plants.