Farmers Must Adapt to Climate Changes in Illinois


ISAS Research Helps Answer Biggest Question in Midwest Archaeology: Why Did North America's Largest City Vanish?


Study Finds Waterfowl Hunters’ Spending Benefits Rural Areas


Scientific Models Use Weather Data to Predict State’s West Nile Virus Infection Rates


Fresh Look at Burials and Mass Graves Tells New Story of Cahokia


ISAS and University of Southern Indiana Receive National Park Service Grant


Orpheum Children's Science Museum Opens Archaeology Exhibit with Help From U of I Groups, including ISAS


Illinois’ crushed stone quarries provide essential materials for building transportation, residential, and commercial infrastructure.

Study Finds Aggregate Industry Shifting Focus, Still a Stalwart in State Economy


stopping water leaks with networked acoustic sensors in fire hydrants

ISTC Sponsored Research Evaluates Acoustic Leak Detection Network

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