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Lake and river foams study reveals high PFAS levels, even though underlying water may be less contaminated

July 9, 2024

Thirty-six different kinds of PFAS compounds were analyzed in samples of both the foams and water surface microlayers of 43 Wisconsin rivers and lakes.

Raw milk is risky, but airborne transmission of H5N1 from cow’s milk is inefficient in mammals.

July 8, 2024

New research suggests that exposure to raw milk infected with the currently circulating virus poses a real risk of infecting humans, but that the virus may not spread very far or quickly to others.

UW–Madison leading new research collaboration aimed at treating lung scarring diseases

June 27, 2024

An interdisciplinary group of researchers will will investigate the biological processes that promote lung scarring. With the aid of artificial intelligence and advanced 3D modeling, they will also develop and refine new imaging techniques and drug delivery systems that could aid in halting its progression.

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