DOE renews funding for Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center; UW–Madison hub to receive $27.5 million for 2023
The extension will allow GLBRC scientists to continue foundational research to enable the breakthroughs needed for the cost-effective conversion of non-food plants into low-carbon replacements for jet fuel, diesel and other fossil fuels.
Inaugural Bassam Z. Shakhashiri Public Science Engagement Award recognizes excellence in outreach
A conservation scientist with a goal of finding ways to equitably protect tropical forest biodiversity and a teaching faculty member whose outreach work has led to a method for teaching visually impaired students about nanotechnology received the award.
Mark Copelovitch: Debt ceiling debate
Mark Copelovitch, an expert on monetary policy and a professor of public affairs, is available to discuss the looming battle… More
Arboretum Night Walk6:30 pm, Meet at Visitor Center, UW–Madison Arboretum
9:00 am, Memorial Union and Union South
Culture • Food • Friends4:30 pm, College Library, Rm 1250: 1st Floor Lounge
7:00 pm, Leopold's Books and Cafe
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UW-Madison engineering talent critical to state, national economic progress
A planned new building is a critical starting point in the college’s ability to provide a hands-on education to many more engineering students and help keep pace with industry growth.
From concussions to PFAS: five ways UW research is tackling real-world problems
From advanced materials aimed at making athletes safer to medical discoveries that could one day help treat ailments like blindness, here are just a few examples.
UW–Madison’s DDEEA celebrates 15th cohort of Outstanding Women of Color
The awardees are chosen based on their engagement in social justice, activism, and advocacy on behalf of disadvantaged and marginalized populations.