Ideas and discoveries
Economic Impact High-power laser spinoff proves versatility is strength
Art and science Science meets art: 2015 Cool Science Images unveiled
Astronomy and Big Data Automation offers big solution to big data in astronomy
Environmental Science For UW-Madison scientists, Northern Wisconsin serves as a lab and a classroom
Veterinary Medicine Study reveals possible biological trigger for canine bone cancer
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- New developments in Midwestern canine influenza outbreak April 17, 2015
- Cramer named director of Morgridge Center for Public Service April 17, 2015
- Nursing students partner with Watertown to reduce dementia stigma April 17, 2015
- Eight UW–Madison student services professionals win SPA awards April 17, 2015
- Patent office director offers views on intellectual property, diversity April 16, 2015
- Stem Cell Symposium to focus on tissue engineering, limb regeneration April 16, 2015
- Finalists chosen in search for Graduate School dean April 16, 2015
- Go Big Read selects ‘Just Mercy’ for 2015-16 April 16, 2015
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UW in the News
- Donating a Kidney to a Complete Stranger in Order to Save a Loved One Nightline
- A look into outer space: UW professor one of original developers of Hubble Telescope Badger Herald
- Stanley Kutler, who won release of Nixon's secret tapes, dies at 80 Los Angeles Times
- UW researches health impact of e-cigarettes Channel3000.com
- Andy Baggot: Badgers proved they're champions on and off the court Madison.com
- For Badger fans, disappointment reigns Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Nestled in the crook of a tree branch, a pair of owlets flank an adult great horned owl as the three bask in the sun between the Gymnasium-Natatorium and Temin Lakeshore Path. Abundant with wildlife, the wooded area is part of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve.
Snap, crackle, oomph!
UW-Madison first-year student Joe Tarnowski helps a volunteer add another batch of ingredients during Project Freshman 15,000, a student-led effort to make the world's largest Rice Krispies Treat on Engineering Mall Saturday.
Hedegaard, an expert on infrastructure monitoring and concrete bridges, can discuss a new report that found more than 61,000 U.S. bridges are structurally deficient.