Illinois State University is partnering with the City of Bloomington to allow residents to instantly access the quality of water flowing into drinking reservoirs in Evergreen Lake and Lake Bloomington.
Illinois State scholars took a shot (no disrespect to Cupid or his arrows) at answering the question: Can one really die from a broken heart?
Through the Honors Program, senior Moe Khalil has collaborated with instructors in an impressive nine upper-level biology and chemistry courses.
Illinois State Biology Professor Rebekka Gougis explains why squirrels act the way they do when a car approaches.
Have you ever had a question even the Internet couldn’t answer? Some members of the Illinois State University community did. And we put Illinois State University’s faculty experts to work answering their inquiries.
Donald Price, M.S. ’86, a biology professor at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, will present his current research on evolutionary aspects of the Hawaiian Drosophila (flies).
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announced two new faculty members have joined Illinois State University’s Million Dollar Club.
National Science Foundation Fellow Amanda Carter researches ‘Hot Babes, Cool Dudes,’ a phenomenon that may help turtles adapt to climate change.
Ann T. Tate, a research assistant professor at the University of Houston will present “Understanding the role of immunological plasticity in infection dynamics across biological scales” at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, October 22, in 210 Moulton Hall.
Illinois State faculty brought in more than $18 million in grant funding in fiscal 2015.
Here are a few research projects that would not be possible without this support.