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  • Blotter: Driver hits mailbox and tree in Burr Ridge

    The following incidents were listed among area police reports. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Burr Ridge ALCOHOL Babu Kamalesh, 61, of 6988 Fieldstone Drive, Burr...
  • Glenview teen breaking down barriers for women in computing

    Glenview teen breaking down barriers for women in computing
    Lauren Ribordy has several theories as to why women are not better represented in the field of computer science. But the 18-year-old senior at Glenbrook South High School is fully committed to changing that. In mid-November, Ribordy, a Glenview...
  • For water's sake, Chicago researchers reach across the seas to Israel

    For water's sake, Chicago researchers reach across the seas to Israel
    The Arava desert, a salty wasteland dotted with tufts of scrub, gets only about an inch of rain each year. And yet cows lazily low at dairy farms that collectively produce nearly 8 million gallons of milk annually. Orange bell peppers flourish in a long...
  • Warming up your engine by idling does not help your car

    Warming up your engine by idling does not help your car
    We've all heard the idea: In winter, your car needs a little time to warm up before you can drive it. And that's why across the United States, people who live in cold and snowy places and especially those whose cars have remote starters often fire up...
  • At 90, suburban man learns new way to fly

    At 90, suburban man learns new way to fly
    At 90 years old, Joe Cook is no adrenaline junkie. But, lately, he has found that he enjoys the sensation of skydiving. "I was surprised that there were such things," said Cook, who has taken up indoor skydiving at the Naperville iFly facility. "I...
  • Columnist: Location key to luring business to Lake County, region

    Cutting-edge technologies surmount enormous distances and other barriers, yet immediate location remains important. Developments in Lake County and just to the north in Wisconsin demonstrate the point. AKHAN Semiconductor has reached an important...
  • Chicago City Council ethanol bill has been a bounty for lobbyists

     Chicago City Council ethanol bill has been a bounty for lobbyists
    Major U.S. industries have lined up heavy hitting lobbyists over influential Ald. Ed Burke's proposal to require scores of Chicago gas stations to offer fuel with higher levels of ethanol. The battle has been brewing for months, pitting big...
  • Argonne battery roadshow aims to connect with industry

    Argonne battery roadshow aims to connect with industry
    CHAMPAIGN — The national battery research hub at Argonne National Laboratory kicked off a roadshow last week to share what it has learned so far in its quest to build a better battery. The idea, said Jeff Chamberlain, deputy director of...
  • Prius pushback: Hybrid inspires some hatred

    Prius pushback: Hybrid inspires some hatred
    When people ask Chris Bellios what he drives, he says it's a Toyota — a black one. "The stigma that goes with owning a Prius is palpable," said Bellios, 43, a Vernon Hills resident who loves his Prius so much he's owned two. Other drivers don't...
  • Northwestern professor Ted Belytschko dies

     Northwestern professor Ted Belytschko dies
    Ted B. Belytschko, a mechanical engineering professor at Northwestern University for more than three decades, gained international fame for his work in the interdisciplinary field of computational mechanics. Mr. Belytschko developed groundbreaking...
  • Peter J. Vogelberger Jr., nuclear engineer

    Peter J. Vogelberger Jr., nuclear engineer
    Peter John Vogelberger Jr., a retired nuclear engineer and past president of Teledyne Energy Systems who headed the development of devices used in 1970s space exploration, died of undetermined causes Sept. 7 at his Lutherville home. He was 82. Born and...