Former Nebraska football player and current Nebraska Engineering assistant professor Curt Tomasevicz recounts the wild ride that garnered him Olympic gold.
A dramatist and an architect are working on a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience for neurodiverse audiences.
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With eyes in the sky, IU is broadening our understanding of the movements of birds, bats and bugs.
Based on the popular game Minecraft, these programs put student's scientific skills to the test.
Working with partners at Northwestern University, this Minnesota team is perfecting a procedure that eases transition and promotes post-operative acceptance.
Packed with protein and easy to cultivate, this tiny aquatic plant could help feed our growing global population.
Fresh food will play a huge role in long duration missions. Cary Mitchell has spent decades researching how to effectively transplant terrestrial agriculture to an off-planet setting.
When salt water flows over ultrathin layers of metal and oxide, electrons come along for the ride.
Chief archivist Tamar Chute curates a collection of distinct and often rare images sure to tug on the heart strings of Buckeyes young and old.