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Center for Healthy Minds at UW–Madison to launch research on connection between asthma and Alzheimer’s disease
An interdisciplinary team of researchers will investigate the links between systemic inflammation and inflammation in the brain.
UW–Madison remains open for normal business, but is taking precautions to help people avoid excessive exposure.
To truly experience a Wisconsin gameday, you need a ticket. And the fate of any student’s football viewing aspirations is determined by a random queue on a June morning.
The winners are recognized for achievements that include promoting the image of the university, demonstrating excellence, showing leadership, recommending innovative ideas and creating a welcoming workplace.
ALL Stories brings local authors into schools and community organizations to help encourage and inspire young writers.
Scientists have found that a key viral protein produced by influenza A can shred a host cell's genetic materials while leaving the virus unharmed.
UniverCity Year has partnered with 29 local governments and communities across Wisconsin. Its most recent cohort welcomed nine communities – a record for the program.
Emerit academic staff member Beth Dawson will serve a three-year term.
The aerospace, automobile and electronics industries use these polymers, known as polyimides, for a wide variety of applications because they have excellent mechanical and thermal properties — including strength, stiffness and heat resistance.
A new study from researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison offers a first-of-its-kind visual of a non-mammal species' adaptive immune system in action.
UW–Madison students will conduct hands-on research in partnership with industry, advancing research in the field while gaining real-world experience.
As part of a UniverCity Year partnership, students were practicing different strategies that can be used to clear blocked waterways during a Wisconsin Water Trail Development 101 seminar on April 29.
All UW–Madison employees can join for an ice cream social on June 27 from 1-2:30 p.m.
Five of the final 13 companies participating in the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest got their start at UW–Madison. Two won top prizes.
The awards are made possible by proceeds from UW research licensed by WARF.
On the Wisconsin Idea Seminar tour, they became students of Wisconsin life and learned from folks who are deeply committed to the place where they live and who are fundamentally motivated by relationship-building, reciprocity and responsibility to people, land, and water.