The Oklahoman newspaper recently reported on the importance of community colleges and the article features the expertise of UW-Madison’s Xueli Wang.
Temperatures in Madison rivaled those in Antarctica on Wednesday and Thursday, prompting the city to all but shutter its doors.
Research performed in the Ethiopian highlands shows that even in years with above average rainfall, crops can be severely reduced by drought early in the growing season, when seeds must sprout and get established.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Giri Venkataramanan and Kyle Hanson, lab manager for the Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium, served as general co-chairs for the IEEE International Future Energy Challenge, which will hold its final round of competition …
A portable research lab developed by University of Wisconsin–Madison scientists and engineers recently returned home to Madison following a 22,000-mile journey to the Philippine Sea and back during the heart of monsoon season.
Scientists have long speculated that our planet’s climate system is intimately linked to the Earth’s celestial motions.
The practice of pharmacy looks different in hospitals than it does in community pharmacies and clinics, and there are more variations by health system. It’s a diverse and evolving field in the United States, and …
For two UW–Madison students, Italy is more than just a place with great gelato (although they say that certainly is a large part of it.) Instead, they view the country as a place brimming with …
UW-Madison’s Bruce King and Laura Lang conducted four days of workshops in Tel Aviv, Israel, with regional teacher leaders, as well as leaders from the Mofet Institute, the Ministry of Education, and the Yad Hanadiv Foundation.
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