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The South Madison community celebrated the ninth annual Unity Picnic at the UW South Madison Partnership.
Researchers have trained a new algorithm based on promising new targets and reinvigorated the search for clusters of genes likely to result in interesting biological compounds.
Led by a team at UW–Madison, researchers have created the first global map of wildland-human interfaces. Their findings, recently published in Nature, could improve responses to environmental conflicts like wildfires, the spread of zoonotic diseases and loss of ecosystem biodiversity.
Grainger Dean of the College of Engineering Ian Robertson and Division of Extension Dean Karl Martin have agreed to accept reappointment to their positions.
This year, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe University hosted LA 360: Indigenous Field-Based Learning for Land Stewardship, a weeklong summer field course that interweaves Native history and culture with science education. UW–Madison will host the course in 2024.
Destination Madison rejuvenated the Bucky on Parade program for a limited time on its five-year anniversary, introducing a digital, mobile-friendly pass and online map that Bucky fans can use through Sept. 15.
Community-focused wastewater surveillance is a cost-effective tool for public health practice. It involves looking for the presence of pathogens that people shed in sewage, whether or not they have symptoms, and measuring the pathogen levels over time.
Following the JCF's allocation, the Wisconsin Legislature's Joint Committee on Employment Relations will now consider a plan to provide a pay increase to all state and UW System employees, including UW–Madison employees.
Every year, more than 6,000 students from more than 112 countries venture across oceans and/or lands to join the vibrant campus community.
Researchers have shown that combining climate data with visually engrossing art can make data more meaningful to viewers and bridge political divides related to climate science.
Research determined that ticks can not only carry CWD prions in their blood meal, they can also carry enough of the agent to potentially infect another animal with CWD.
A Badger parent with more than 20 years of leadership experience at top universities, Diana Harvey has been appointed to lead the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s marketing and communications efforts in inaugural role.
During his tenure as dean, Mark D. Markel has led the state’s only veterinary school through an era of unprecedented growth.
The annual event serves as a gesture of thanks for employees’ hard work and dedication throughout the academic year.
For the first time, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory has produced an image of the Milky Way using neutrinos — tiny, ghostlike astronomical messengers.
Their findings could lead to new ways of increasing the toughness of a wide array of materials.
UW's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center bring together teams of researchers from diverse backgrounds to better understand disordered materials, including various types of glass, as well as the emergence of order from disordered materials.