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"We can use bioacoustics almost as a stethoscope," said Burivalova, an assistant professor of forest and wildlife ecology at UW-Madison. "We can try to listen to the vital signs of the forest and realize is the forest maybe recovering after human presence or human exploitation...

“If we leave things as they are, it’ll be 2080 before we have at least one woman on half of the patent applications,” Gottwald said. “Ninety-six percent of applications have at least one man named on them, so getting women on 50 percent is a...

UW–Madison is responsible for $15 billion in economic impact statewide and boasts more than 400 university-related startup companies that support more than 25,000 jobs. At the heart of UW–Madison is the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB), which leads in providing the resources, education, and research...

For years, the Badger State bemoaned its post-graduation "brain drain" from schools such as University of Wisconsin-Madison. Now, a burgeoning startup scene, plentiful tech jobs, and an abundance of remote work are compelling graduates to stick around and enjoy the city's vibrant culture and reasonable...

University of Wisconsin pediatric anesthesiologist Lana Volz found herself in the unenviable positions of having to deal with a cumbersome, unreliable respiration apparatus component, known as a wye, during sensitive surgeries at American Family Children's Hospital....