Ideas and discoveries
- Embrace the chaos: Predictable ecosystems may be more fragile Oct. 6, 2015
- $10 million gift expands faculty and research to help youth flourish Oct. 6, 2015
- Faculty Senate reviews draft tenure proposal Oct. 6, 2015
- Grants offered for showing UW’s value to state Oct. 6, 2015
- WARF draws top inventors, entrepreneurs for fall discussion series Oct. 6, 2015
- Period to sign up for or change employee benefits begins Oct. 6, 2015
- Ancestors of land plants were wired to make the leap to shore Oct. 5, 2015
- Ancient rocks record first evidence for photosynthesis that made oxygen Oct. 5, 2015
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UW in the News
- Nobel Prize winner William Campbell says he had freedom to be ‘intuitive’ while at UW-Madison Capital Times
- Scientists Study Past In Hopes of Being Step Ahead of Future Earthquakes WUWM-FM
- 'Genius grant' winner Matthew Desmond made in Madison, Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- Increased demand packing UW-Madison computer science classes Capital Times
- Former UW-Madison chancellor Shalala suffers stroke Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- Students create inventions of the future in UW-Madison garage WKOW TV
Moon over Madison
Seen from the roof of the Memorial Library, a supermoon rises behind the dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol Sept. 27. A rare lunar eclipse, or blood moon, occurred a few hours later.
The master's ear
American soprano Brenda Rae, an international opera star and 2004 alumna of the UW-Madison School of Music, conducted a master class with UW students while on campus for a performance and reception.
Holloway, an expert on air pollution, energy and environmental policy, can discuss Thursday’s announcement by the Obama administration to lower the U.S. national standard for smog-causing ozone pollution from the current 75 parts per billion (ppb) to 70 ppb. Holloway studies links between regional air quality, energy and climate.