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The findings underscore the value of colonoscopies and other colorectal cancer screenings, especially for Black and lower-income Americans who on average suffer worse outcomes after a cancer diagnosis.
The NSF today released its Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) data showing a 10% increase in research expenditures at UW–Madison over the previous fiscal year, or more than $143 million for the period covering July 2021 and the end of June 2022.
Following a distinguished career leading the University of Wisconsin—Madison’s government and corporate relations, communications and marketing efforts, Vice Chancellor for University Relations Charles Hoslet will retire at the end of the 2023-24 academic year.
The University of Wisconsin Police Department is investigating a Nov. 28 incident inside the Humanities Building in which several individuals unaffiliated with the university entered…
In this new position, she will weave together science addressing Alzheimer’s disease and dementias, metabolism, and cognitive aging among Indigenous populations in Wisconsin, and other groups often underrepresented in research.
Identifying how and why Antarctica's major ice sheets behaved the way they did in the early Miocene could help inform understanding of the sheets' behavior under a warming climate.
After beating archrival Nebraska on Friday and Iowa on Saturday, the Badgers volleyball team enters the NCAA tournament as the top regional seed and the No. 3 seed overall.
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The researchers studied decisions that more than 150 children ages 10 to 13 made while playing games that offered opportunities to risk a little and explore for potential gains.
The evidence showing the positive effects of vaccination in preventing premature births could help allay some of the most prominent concerns voiced as COVID-19 vaccines became available to pregnant patients.
By using advanced epigenetic aging techniques and new data from older adults, a team of researchers found that being deprived of a nurturing childhood environment is associated with accelerated biological aging in adulthood.
The research makes it clear that ensuring the sustained well-being of our planet requires a more serious commitment toward new carbon dioxide removal technologies and a faster scale-up of their production.
Faith leaders talked about ways to foster respectful dialogue with others holding diverse religious beliefs, and how attendees can empower faculty and staff to support students on their personal faith journeys.
Veterinary students were nervous at first in the wildlife clinic rotation, but they quickly gained confidence. By the end of the rotation, every student knew they wanted to be able to incorporate wildlife medicine into their practice after graduating.
Around noon on Saturday, Nov. 18, a white supremacist group carrying swastika flags and other Nazi symbols marched from State Street Mall to the state Capitol. University of Wisconsin–Madison leaders are strongly condemning the group’s presence and are providing support to the campus community.
The new director of the Mead Witter School of Music is a composer and jazz pianist who got hooked on being on stage and sharing art through all the gigs he performed during graduate school and after.
4:15 p.m.: The following updates were shared with College of Engineering staff, students and faculty on Friday afternoon, Nov. 17: Cleanup: The building remains closed…
The 10-year strategic collaboration builds on strong research foundations in medical imaging and expands the scope to advance the delivery of personalized and quality healthcare into 2030 and beyond.