A pay-per-use college textbook service and a tool used to track diseases abroad are among the winners.
The mobile camera will be parked outside the DePaul Art Museum Tuesday.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a new partnership with the nonprofit Carton Council.
Horror films are most popular in McKinley Park and Bridgeport, according to the video rental company.
Ideas to improve the education, health, energy and city planning industries will be presented at 1871.
Gold Coast, Lakeview and Lincoln Square residents team up to create a site focusing on urban life.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Facebook likes show how Chicagoans across the city support the five big sports teams.
Robots serve popcorn and drinks to couples during the weekly BYOB event at Robot City Workshop.
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Can computer games change the world? DePaul students work to make it happen.
The power giant's job training center is part of a larger redevelopment of the area.
A website tracks when sewage is dumped in the river. It will only increase with the fall rains.
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The Catherine Cook School in Old Town's 25,000-square-foot expansion features a high-tech IDEA Lab.
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