Ideas and discoveries
Electrical engineering New motor under development by UW-Madison spinoff
Climatic Research Conflicting indicators on what preceded human-driven warming
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING New imaging agent provides better picture of the gut
URBAN PLANNING Project to evaluate how farmers markets benefit communities
SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS Socioeconomic status may influence understanding of science
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- Student inventors get boost to commercialize color 3-D printing, iPhone app Oct. 31, 2014
- Professor wins national honor for expanding access to education Oct. 30, 2014
- They know the drill: UW leads the league in boring through ice sheets Oct. 30, 2014
- Hans Schneider, leading mathematician, dies Oct. 30, 2014
- Fall impressions: A season of campus beauty Oct. 30, 2014
- Report, experts analyze surging STEM activity at UW-Madison Oct. 30, 2014
- Statement of Darrell Bazzell on UW-Madison employee pay Oct. 29, 2014
- Photos: BadgerThon A Cappella Showcase Oct. 29, 2014
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UW in the News
- UW Health to stop selling sugary drinks NBC-15
- Minocqua Native Receives Prestigious UW-Madison Scholarship WSAW-TV, Wausau
- Federal And State Officials At Odds Over Mandatory Ebola Quarantines Here & Now
- UW researchers look at fruit flies to study traumatic brain injury Badger Herald
- This Scientist Opened A New Era In Astronomy Business Insider
- UW-Madison scientist Kawaoka on front lines in fight against Ebola Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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Halloween on Bascom
Costumed faculty, staff and students from the UW-Madison Dance Department parade across Bascom Hill on Halloween Friday, Oct. 31. The event was held in honor of two of the department's newly tenured professors, Kate Corby and Chris Walker.
Ghouls and goblins galore brought out the screams from visitors during the UW Saddle & Sirloin Haunted House held in the Horse Barn on Oct. 29. Admission to the event was $1 or a canned-food donation, with proceeds going to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin. The event continues Oct. 30 at 7.
Wagner, an expert on elections, media, political communication, political behavior and public opinion, can discuss the 2014 campaign and elections.