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Gathering storm

May 27, 2022

Sunlight peeks through as storm clouds roll in over Lake Mendota near the Goodspeed Family Pier along the Memorial Union Terrace at the University of Wisconsin–Madison on May 26, 2022.

Researchers aim X-rays at century-old plant secretions for insight into Aboriginal Australian cultural heritage

May 27, 2022

For tens of thousands of years, Aboriginal Australians have created some of the world’s most striking artworks. Today their work continues long lines of ancestral…

Non-invasive liquid biopsy tracks cancer treatment success in real time

May 26, 2022

These blood tests could help physicians better treat their patients by allowing them to see which treatments are working in real time without the need for repeated, invasive biopsies of solid tumors.

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Attendees from veterinary schools across the Midwest worked together to create a community mural during the Iverson Bell Midwest Regional Diversity Summit, hosted by @uwvetmed last week. 🎨 The community painting design — based on a smaller rendering by artist Tia Richardson — was intended to promote diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine, with special attention to academia. The Iverson Bell Summit is named for the first African American veterinarian to hold the position of vice president in the American Veterinary Medical Association. The main goal of the summit is to promote diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine. According to the US Census, nearly 90% of American veterinarians identify as white, making it one of the least racially diverse professions in the country. The #UWMadison School of Veterinary Medicine and others across the country are working to counter this disparity by dedicating resources to creating a culture of equity, inclusion and belonging to better support all students who wish to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine. You can learn more about their efforts at 📸: Craig Wild