Stories about science
Thanks to good writing, astute direction and the talents of well-known area actors Doreen Dawson and Heidi Swarthout, this production is exceptional.
Ever wanted to learn how to make a catapult or launch ping-long balls and marshmallows? Check out an upcoming family-friendly science workshop in DeKalb Saturday.
While there are still a few weeks to go before the region reaches its fall color peak, some changes are happening now in northwest Illinois.
Northern Illinois University will host its annual STEM Fest featuring career exploration Saturday. The event is free to attend and open to the public.
Eight Joliet Public Schools District 86 junior high students competed in the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Regional Science Fair at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
Illinois native Sean Grennan's fourth world premiere at Peninsula Players, “A Rock Sails By,” is a stellar production.
As part of the win, South High School in Downers Grove will receive a $12,000 prize package.
The Northwest Territory Historic Center will be holding a grand opening Thursday, May 4, 2023 for a new exhibit titled "Earth from Space."
The school announced that Michael Dixon has been selected as its first director of diversity, equity and inclusion; and Kenny Bae has been selected as the first director of STEAM Innovation.
The Northwest Territory Historic Center will be holding a grand opening Thursday, May 4, 2023 for a new exhibit titled "Earth from Space." The exhibit will feature interactive displays, informational posters and models outlining the universe and man's exploration of space. The center is located at 205 W. 5th Street in Dixon and is free with donations encouraged.
The new play is making its grand entrance into the world of live theater with a stunningly good production.
An expert in the field will lecture on “Nuclear Accidents, Disasters and the Future” at 4 p.m. March 8 at Elmhurst University.
For the next few months, people in Kane County can choose to become a part of a body of data known informally as the Spring Ephemerals project. The effort seeks to document the time at which various species of woodland wildflowers start blooming.
Elmhurst Public Library will join libraries across the state of Illinois to host entertaining and hilarious best-selling science author Mary Roach in an online program at 7 p.m. March 1.
Explore some of the odd turns taxonomists have taken in their quest to provide accurate scientific names for flora and fauna.