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Chancellor Martin’s year-end message

May 5, 2011

Dear Members of the UW–Madison Community, It is hard to believe that another academic year is coming to a close. That thought is a relief…

Rhythmic vibrations guide caste development in social wasps

January 24, 2011

Future queen or tireless toiler? A paper wasp's destiny may lie in the antennal drumbeats of its caretaker.

Like humans, ants use bacteria to make their gardens grow

November 19, 2009

Leaf-cutter ants, which cultivate fungus for food, have many remarkable qualities.

Fifty years of expanding girls’ horizons in science, math

November 3, 2009

The Expanding Your Horizons program, a daylong conference designed to expose young women to careers in science, technology, engineering and math, has touched thousands of Wisconsin women during its 50-year history at UW–Madison.

Office Hours: Are you what you eat?

September 17, 2009

Is Michael Pollan's book, "In Defense of Food" just food for thought, or is it a whole new direction the world should be going to address food and nutritional concerns?