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Adel Talaat is one of several scientists at the UW studying the new coronavirus to better understand how it harms people and to try to control it with treatments or vaccines. As the outbreak continues to grow in the U.S. and elsewhere, dramatically curbing daily...

Jenna Scheffert, "The Wisconsin School of Business fosters a place of comfort and a feeling of home while studying on a campus with 40,000 other students. Whether it’s faculty members, professors, or students, everyone supports the collaborative environment and strives to help each other by...

The health and safety of the people working in University Research Park is of the upmost priority. As we collectively monitor and react to the news of the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to make you aware of steps University Research Park...

Milwaukee is one of the top metros in the Midwest for women working in STEM, according to a recent report by Commercial Cafe. The report identified the top 10 cities in each region and nationally, based on metrics indicating representation of women in STEM occupations,...

Forward Biolabs opened in February 2019 at 504 South Rosa Road after starting in temporary space the previous September. The facility has one main goal, said CEO Jessica Martin Eckerly. “The whole purpose is to minimize the hurdles to starting a biotech company in Wisconsin,”...

JangoBio, Fitchburg company based on research by a UW-Madison gerontologist, has created three-dimensional tissue clusters derived from stem cells that can produce ovarian and testicular hormones. The development could help regenerate and replace hormone-producing tissues and reverse the natural decline of sex hormones from aging....