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This week, an individual not affiliated with the University of Wisconsin–Madison, but with a history of interactions with law enforcement, gained access to a downtown…
A group of transfer students enjoyed a day trip to Devil's Lake State Park, where they enjoyed stunning views from the quartzite bluffs and kayak rides on Devil's Lake.
The 2022 Employee Benefits and Resource Fair will be held Monday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Union South and will offer resources for all UW staff.
Researchers at UW–Madison's Space Science and Engineering Center are delivering up-to-the minute satellite data to NASA to assist efforts tracking and monitoring wildfires.
Twenty years on, UW–Madison's MS in Biotechnology continues to prepare students to take leadership roles in the burgeoning biotech economy. About two-thirds of graduates remain in Wisconsin.
Beginning with black-and-white pictures from the past, then segueing to a current colorful campus, the commercial makes it clear — no matter how much has changed, our values haven’t.
The team used CRISPR gene editing technology to create in rat embryos the mutations that lead to HSP. This allowed them to study how the disease progresses from early development and monitor the progression of symptoms after birth.
Winners in the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s annual Cool Science Image Contest — including a quilt organized around a mathematical theorem, a painting of tiny…
PBS Wisconsin will premiere the 2022 UW–Madison Varsity Band Concert on Sept. 26. Fans of the band can already stream the concert online across a variety of platforms.
On a brisk and breezy first day of fall, divers recovered an ancient Ho-Chunk canoe from the depths of Lake Mendota, an effort coordinated by the Wisconsin State Historical Society and members of the Ho-Chunk Nation.
Students enrolled in an experimental course called The of Art and Science of Human Flourishing demonstrated improved mental health and flourishing, according to researchers at the UW–Madison Center for Healthy Minds and collaborators.
Students from schools and departments all over campus went to the Fall Career & Internship Fair on Sept. 19-20 at the Gordon Dining & Event Center, to explore possible futures.
UniverCity Year connects communities across Wisconsin with resources, faculty and students from UW–Madison to tackle community-identified challenges.
The persistence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild and domestic birds through the summer months points to a likely rise in cases this fall, according to Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Director Keith Poulsen.
UW–Madison researchers have learned that a drastically scaled-down model of a microbial community makes it possible to observe some of the complex interactions.
The Latinx Student Welcome introduced incoming Latinx students to the UW–Madison Latinx community.
A new study from Wan-Ju Li's lab in the UW–Madison Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center advances research into reparative osteoarthritis therapies using stem cells derived from the ears of miniature pigs.
“These efforts here are very thoughtful and very inclusive to not only the Ho-Chunk people, but it’s a real opportunity to learn about the people who lived here,” said Ho-Chunk Nation President Marlon WhiteEagle.