Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, making up a huge amount of our bone, muscle and tendon mass.
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Can your stomach explode from eating too much? What makes stickers sticky?
Technology is advancing exponentially and the exciting field of genome editing is no exception. Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research are playing an essential role in ensuring the continued responsible development of this genome editing technology.
Why is some hair curly and some hair straight?How are cats always able to land of their feet?
Welcome back to the third installment of Sciencecast, the Daily Cardinal’s science podcast series.
Do animals dream? Why do I get food comas?
Healthcare professionals want to help patients and loved ones to become more knowledgeable about their care and become proficient in supporting themselves medically.
Oh where, oh where has the nitrogen gone? Oh where, oh where can it be?
Plasma is an essential element in science fiction, most notably in the Star Wars franchise as a critical component of the Stormtroopers’ guns.
Parenting styles vary among primate species. Some species’ offspring rely on the mother alone for caretaking and education.
UW-Madison announced Tuesday an initiative to fund two-year grants for data science research at the university.
Many people throughout the Madison area love to spend time outdoors.
A $15.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation was recently awarded to a flagship UW-Madison interdisciplinary research center focused on material science.
Science outreach figures are practically heroes in a time when the president has given the finger to the Paris Agreement and the Flat Earth Society is gaining traction on social media.
UW-Madison’s Physical Sciences Laboratory, located more than 10 miles off campus and surrounded by cornfields, is a world-renowned engineering facility that’s been turning out state-of-the-art projects for half a century.
The Physical Sciences Laboratory, now 50 years old, has handled more than 6,000 research projects.
As the field of medicine expands, so too does the field of public health. Public health is the marriage of health and community.
Where does pepperoni come from? What is Jell-O made from?
The human genome is like a blueprint which lays out how each of us are built, how we function in society and sometimes even how we die.
Why do we crave crunchy foods? Is my dog really color blind?