NIU scientists, Ph.D. students find fast, easy, inexpensive way to make hydrogen nanosensors

A team of NIU scientists, with a major role played by NIU Ph.D. students, has discovered a new, convenient and inexpensive way to make high performance hydrogen sensors using palladium nanowires. The technology could help enable a scale-up for potential industrial applications,

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Nancy Wingfield spending fall semester studying in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, on Fulbright Fellowship

NIU professor and historian Nancy M. Wingfield, selected  for a Fulbright Fellowship by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, is spending this fall semester in Ukraine researching humankind’s oldest profession: prostitution. Wingfield is currently hosted by Chernivtsi National University in Chernivtsi,

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Volleyball’s Lauren Wicinski makes MAC history, named conference player of the year as a freshman

Northern Illinois volleyball’s historic season continues as freshman outside hitter Lauren Wicinski was welcomed into uncharted territory for the Mid-American Conference at the league’s annual awards banquet on Thursday night at Crowne Plaza Hotel. The conference’s leader in points, kills and aces

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NIU New Music Ensemble poster

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Shulamit Ran will visit NIU for New Music Ensemble concert

The Friends of NIU Libraries and the NIU School of Music invite the public to attend a free New Music Ensemble concert and pre-concert lecture beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, in the Music Building’s Boutell Memorial Concert Hall. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer

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