Research at Illinois Institute of Technology could prove that the body sometimes just needs a boost to its cells in order to alleviate its ailments.
While the average life expectancy of a building in the United States is approximately 70 years, less than 1 percent of commercial building stock is
Jamshid Mohammadi, a professor of civil and architectural engineering who has been with Illinois Institute of Technology for more than 40 years, was
With the inevitability that conventional antibiotics will no longer be effective in the future, a research team at Illinois Institute of Technology,
The Bailey Hall residential building at Illinois Institute of Technology, designed by legendary architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, will undergo a
Students, faculty, and staff spending time on Illinois Institute of Technology’s Mies Campus this month will be treated to a new sight near S. R.
Thirty years ago, a character in a movie ordered a pizza. When he heard that the pizza company had paid to have its name mentioned in the movie,
Reed Kroloff, Renowned Educator, Architecture Critic, and Consultant, Named Illinois Tech College of Architecture Dean
Illinois Institute of Technology today announced that renowned architecture educator, consultant, and commentator Reed Kroloff will join the
From the time that Rohit Prasad (M.S. EE ’99)—now vice president and head scientist for Amazon Alexa—had his first serious talk with his father about
Across Latin America a common set of principles governs the relationship between employers and employees. With the rise of the so-called gig economy
Illinois Tech has its first Google Cloud Academic All-America selection in the NCAA Division III era. Ted Howell, a third-year infielder on the
Illinois Tech fourth-year track and field and cross country athlete Cole Dammeier has added another honor to one of the most decorated careers in the
Sleep apnea sufferers face burdensome treatment options, but one researcher at Illinois Institute of Technology is working to develop a new drug that
Brent Stephens , civil, architectural, and environmental engineering department chair, associate professor of architectural engineering, and director
The work started in the late 1990s, Tong-Jen Fu says. It hasn’t stopped since. Fu, a United States Food and Drug Administration research scientist at