Speaking to an audience of more than 300 at Memorial Union Tuesday evening, representatives of the Raelian Movement and Clonaid explained the science behind human cloning, the beliefs of the Raelians and UFO evidence that supports the beliefs of the Raelians and human cloning work done at Clonaid.
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Three women with very different perspectives and backgrounds addressed issues relating to balancing scientific research and family, along with past and continuing barriers and inequities faced by women in the fields of science and engineering in a Wednesday panel discussion.
There are a few things people expect at the Terrace: beer with friends, good live music, difficulty finding seats, maybe some mosquito bites. Something people don't expect at the Terrace: West Nile virus.
With campaign finance reform legislation looming on the horizon on the state level, gubernatorial candidates have different views as to its necessity and effect on their campaigns.
You can't escape it. You can't hide from it. You can catch it from breathing in after someone with it has coughed or sneezed. It is the flu. Nobody is immune, unless they have gotten a flu shot, protecting them against certain strains every year. With students returning to close-quarter dorms and large classes, concern exists about the potential for spreading the flu virus.
Although Gov. Scott McCallum has slashed the state budget in response to projected state deficits of up to $1.3 billion, funding for research and instruction in the UW System has thus far remained largely intact.
UW-Madison scientists announced another step toward realizing the potential of human embryonic stem cells Friday after coaxing the cells into functioning brain cells, demonstrating their capacity in the treatment of neurological diseases.
Advanced Cell Technologies Inc., a biotechnology company based in Worcester, Mass., announced Sunday that it successfully cloned human embryos Oct. 13.
Stem cells of various sorts hold the possibility for seemingly limitless cures and treatments. From Parkinson's disease to relief for diabetics, UW-Madison has researchers hard at work trying to better the quality of life for a plethora of disease sufferers.
UW-Madison researchers announced a breakthrough yesterday in the understanding of anthrax's toxic effect on cells.
Touching upon themes of international cooperation in the fight against terrorism, governmental responses to increase national security, military action, respect toward Muslims and rallying of Americans, President Bush addressed a joint session of Congress in a televised speech Thursday.
UW-Madison researchers in the lab of Dr. James Thomson announced Sept. 3 they had coaxed embryonic stem cells to develop into 'hematopoietic colony forming cells.'
Residents of the Ofek Shalom Co-op, 122 N. Bassett St., are thankful for their new home. The Ofek Shalom house, 12 N. Butler St., sustained extensive fire damage Feb. 21. Residents lost many of their personal belongings in the fire.