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New toolkit helps scientists study natural cell death

February 20, 2024

Taking advantage of the unique biochemical properties of protein fragments, their tool uses less expensive, more efficient, off-the-shelf chemical compounds to help identify sites where proteins were cut.

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An oral history: 10 years of student-led Black History Month celebrations at UW–Madison

February 7, 2024

This year’s Black History Month theme, “Legacy X,” honors the 10th anniversary of campuswide, student-led Black History Month programming. To mark the milestone, three student journalists interviewed many of the people who helped establish and expand the event.

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An inflatable model of the Statue of Libertty's head and crown is shown in front of Memorial Union, and is reflected in a puddle of water.

The (Winter Carnival) show must go on Unseasonably warm weather has melted most of the snow and thinned the ice, but UW–Madison's Winter Carnival proceeded last weekend with a modified schedule. See more

Photo by: Jeff Miller

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Jaime Goldberg: End-of-life care

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter just marked a year in hospice care. His wife Rosalynn died in November after only a… More

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