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10/15/2020
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U. Illinois at Chicago announces new drone research project

Researchers at University of Illinois at Chicago are, though partnership with the U.S. Army, developing a new power supply system that will allow drones to recharge wirelessly from vehicles on the ground. The research initiative, a four-year $8 million partnership announced earlier this month, will focus on creating new systems to recharge drone swarms as efficiently as possible. The proposed technology will enable small battery-powered drones to autonomously return from military missions to unmanned ground vehicles for recharging through wireless power transfer technologies. Betsy Foresman has more on the university's involvement.


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University disruption will continue into spring

Colleges and universities have changed their spring schedules as the the coronavirus continues to spread in the United States, with many announcing plans to continue remote instruction into the spring semester, cancelling spring break and once again deciding to hold graduation ceremonies online. The fall semester had a similarly inauspicious start and yet again university leaders are rolling back plans or doubling down on remote learning. George Washington University is among those to delay its plans to return to normal, with GW President Thomas LeBlanc announcing to students and faulty that there was a “general consensus for continuing virtual education into the spring.” Betsy has more.


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