Death cap mushroom’s invasion success may be linked to newly documented variability of toxin genes
The discovery could help researchers better understand how the toxic fungus is successfully invading California and open the door for new drug discovery pathways.
UW-Madison starts 175-year celebration in Green Bay
The event-filled day not only showcased accomplishments of the past but also how UW–Madison is making a difference now and into the future.
Climate-stressed trees get a boost from new microbial partnerships
On top of a better understanding of the way trees and microbes work together in a race against climate change, plant-fungi matchmaking may be a boon to plans to reforest the planet.
Laura Albert: Summer air travel forecast
This weekend kicks off the start of summer travel season. Laura Albert is a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at… More
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Speakers: Janan Najeeb & The PBS Education Team12:00 pm, Online
Bucky’s Classroom reaches record number of Wisconsin students
The goal of the program is to help middle school students build a better understanding of college, both academically and socially.
Meet the engineers making a difference in Wisconsin communities
From Rhinelander to Trempealeau County and Cottage Grove, here are just a few examples of UW–Madison College of Engineering students and faculty stepping up to provide Wisconsin communities and businesses with expert information and tangible benefits.
Nurtured at UW, East of Vilas rocks the local music scene
East of Vilas got its start at a UW–Madison learning community, and now the band is performing all over Madison, part of a thriving local music scene.