“On, Wisconsin!” turns one hundred
Federal stimulus funds jump-start stalled research across the campus.
New research center digs deep for sustainable energy source.
A new common reading program puts campus on the same page.
Copernicus’s big idea may have sprouted from earlier talk among scholars.
Housing prices across the country may be falling, but it’s hard to find a house as cheap as the one the UW’s School of Human Ecology (SoHE) is selling.
Human evolution appears to be speeding up.
Researchers use brain interface to post to Twitter.
UW scientists look for answers in the ice.
Wisconsin Innocence Project goes beyond DNA to ferret out bad courtroom science.
A pillow and a cell phone? Check. Lumber and tools to build a loft and a George Foreman grill to make burgers before football games? Not allowed.
Eat less — a whole lot less — and you could live a whole lot longer.
Fire up your DVR, because there’s more than football to watch on the Big Ten Network.
Want to go farther faster on your daily jog? It turns out that slowing down might be a better idea in the long run.
Virologists sequence the genome of the common cold.
Our ability to understand another’s feelings may be genetic.
Dictionary of regional dialects nears completion.
Climate change spells trouble for these reptiles.
UW Forensics makes a comeback.
The latest UW stem-cell breakthrough creates beating heart muscle.
Chancellor’s undergraduate initiative gains support from board of regents.
An unprecedented study of childhood seeks answers to health problems.
Network designates producers who protect wildlife.
Book looks at science behind the news.
Blown-up images of the microscopic world become art.
Chancellor calls upon cooperation and innovation during tough economic times.
Study links family environment and autism.
Daily supplement encouraged for those under eighteen.
About one out of every five students in the UW’s 2008 freshman class is entitled to say, “I’m the first person in my immediate family to go to college.”
Professor studies why, for some, only fingers can do the shopping.
The Consumer Law Litigation Clinic takes aim at bad business.
Photographing meals aids healthy eating.
First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs)
Bye-bye, brutalism. Hello, welcoming and green.
A look at groups that Badgers have formed online.