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From the University of Illinois' News Bureau
      Native American City on the Mississippi...
      Water Survey: So far it's the fourth coldest...
      Plastic shopping bags make a fine...
      Of lice and men (and chimps):...
      Targeted culling of deer controls disease...
      Illinois river otters still exposed to chemicals...
      Team uses forest waste to develop...
      Researchers move endangered mussels...
      Illinois town provides a historical foundation...
      Sewage lagoons remove most...
      Study of pipestone artifacts overturns a century-old assumption...
      Public symposium to coincide with Catalogue of Life...
      Summer drought may dull fall color...
      Study of bird lice shows how evolution...
      Researchers find evidence of ritual use...
      Team discovers how western corn rootworm...
      Team discovers how estrogens persist...

2013 Naturally Illinois Expo Media Coverage
      Four good reasons to visit campus
      Naturally Illinois Expo features 3D...
      University of Illinois Open Houses 2013 (photo gallery)
      Insect Exhibit at Naturally Illinois Expo (video)
      WAND-TV News Segment (5:50 into video)

From Inside Higher Ed, November 15, 2012
      Academic Minute: Ritual at Cahokia

Illinois State Geological Survey, September 10, 2012
      ISGS releases new geologic data for central Illinois...
      ISGS to Release Seismic Reflection Survey Across Central Illinois

From the Daily Illini, March 11, 2012
      UI Hosts 4th annual Naturally Illinois Expo

From the News-Gazette, March 9, 2012
      Naturally Illinois Expo 2012


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