Purdue engineers have created simple, but effective, sand filters capable of providing clean drinking water in remote or underserved areas.
By altering photosynthesis so that plants transition from sun to shade more quickly, University of Illinois biologists are dramatically increasing efficiency and boosting productivity.
By unlocking kids? potential, the Iowa Youth Writing Project is lighting up more than their budding literary talent; they?re helping young people get in touch with who they truly are.
At the University of Michigan, researchers are tapping hydro-kinetic energy with an innovative piece of green technology that turns a waterway?s natural flow into a renewable power source.
Setting land speed records for an electric vehicle, the Venturi Buckeye Bullet is a testament to the ingenuity and innovation of the student-led team of engineers accelerating it towards 400 mph.
More than just training for a career, the Honors College at Rutgers University offers students, who live and study together, a comprehensive education focused on graduating people with a purpose.
With tissue samples from over 4,900 women, the Susan G. Komen Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center provides researchers with the material needed to craft a cure and beat breast cancer.
To recreate an ancient Mayan city, Nebraska anthropologists turn to tech
Armed with the latest in virtual reality technology, University of Nebraska anthropologists are piecing together the past to build a rich and immersive experience that takes users to the heart of the Mayan Empire.
Using cutting edge VR technology, the University of Maryland played a crucial role in developing a virtual reality environment that lets Newseum visitors interact with the Berlin Wall.
If you already use your phone to count your daily steps, you may soon be using those steps to power your phone thanks to ingenious wearable tech designed by researchers at Michigan State University.