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For this story, we dialed into video calls with scientists and researchers at the Morgridge Institute for Research and the University of Wisconsin-Madison to reflect on what has collectively happened. Those conversations held notes of promise, resilience, and lessons learned from a damaging and challenging...

The University of Wisconsin–Madison is 13th for the second year in a row among public universities and has risen to 58th overall among 796 public and private colleges in the latest Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education rankings. Last year, the university ranked 65th overall....

The UW–Madison institute, more commonly known as WISELI, will receive $50,000 and will be honored at an NIH forum in October. Launched in 2002 with funding from the National Science Foundation, WISELI’s goal has been to increase the participation and advancement of women at UW–Madison,...

The University of Wisconsin–Madison is the highest ranking national public university and fourth overall in Washington Monthly’s 2021 College Guide and Rankings. The ranking is based on three criteria: research excellence, social mobility, and community and national service....

Five early-stage companies with connections to the University of Wisconsin-Madison participated in the summer cohort of gBETA Madison, a free accelerator program run by Wisconsin-based gener8tor, according to an announcement earlier this month....

The University of Wisconsin–Madison has risen to 31st in the world and 21st in the United States in the Academic Ranking of World Universities. UW–Madison is the second-highest ranked Big Ten school, behind only the University of Michigan....

UW–Madison has a long tradition of conservation and stewardship, one that continues today across all aspects of campus, from instruction and research to campus planning and transportation. On August 12, leaders from the Wisconsin Departments of Administration (DOA), Safety & Professional Services (DSPS), and Financial...

“What’s particularly unique about this carnivorous plant is that it traps insects near its insect-pollinated flowers,” says lead author Qianshi Lin, who was a doctoral student at UBC at the time of the study. “On the surface, this seems like a conflict between carnivory and...

Health care companies make up the bulk of this year's finalists for an annual contest designed for emerging businesses in the Madison area while one is focused on better transportation methods and another on finance. The five businesses are part of the Greater Madison Chamber...

Research on an experimental flu vaccine by Madison-based FluGen continues to expand, with a low dose showing some protection against a mismatched strain, a higher dose producing better immune responses and three new studies targeting older adults and children, groups among those most at risk...

Highly functional cardiomyocytes—the muscle cells responsible for the contraction of the heart—are important for disease modeling, drug screening, and other regenerative medicine approaches. In a new study published today in the journal Nature Communications, the Skala Lab developed a non-invasive imaging technique that can predict...

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