A study by an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology determined that trips to the bars played a crucial role in the COVID-19 outbreak among UW-Madison students earlier this semester.
A recent complaint against the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) over mistreatment of animal research subjects at UW-Madison is just one item in a decades-long list of grievances animal rights groups have brought against the laboratory.
Genetic sequencing of COVID-19 shows a statewide pattern of geographic mixing between previously distinct strands of the virus from Dane and Milwaukee Counties, according to UW-Madison researchers.
Over 1,000 UW-Health employees signed an impassioned letter calling on residents to stay vigilant in following public health guidelines
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) will pay a minimum of $32 million to a former research partner after it concealed information related to a patent for a kidney dialysis drug.
Wisconsin hospitals are in need of convalescent plasma from those who have previously had COVID-19 for use in a COVID recovery treatment.
After 95 years, UW-Madison will move forward in removing Chamberlin Rock from Observatory Hill, of which students of colors viewed the boulder as a representation of decades of racism and oppression seen on campus.
UW-Madison added another rapid antigen testing facility at the Kohl Center Wednesday for surge testing available to students and employees.
A lot has changed on campus this year due to the ongoing pandemic. The vast majority of classes are held virtually, residence halls have serious restrictions and there are little-to-no activities going on across campus.
UW-Madison advised students who travel for the Thanksgiving holiday to not return to campus until the spring semester in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Teams from the Centers for Disease Control implemented two probes on the UW-Madison community this week, one within the UW football team and another testing the student body for COVID-19 antibodies.
Students attempt to safely navigate holiday travel plans as COVID positivity rates rise on campus and Thanksgiving recess and the transition to virtual formats for all classes approaches.
Amid recent rise in COVID-19 cases in Madison and throughout the state of Wisconsin, members of the public can access free tests at UW-Madison through Dec. 23.
Rich Yaeger hurled slurs and made threatening comments, driving through a group that included UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison mandated testing for all residents of Witte and Sellery Halls on Monday, Nov. 9 amid rising positivity rates across campus.
Researchers at UW-Madison sequenced different strains of the coronavirus and discovered that Gov. Tony Evers’ “Safer at Home” order from March lowered the number of new COVID-19 cases.
Some students have not gotten confirmation from the vote-tracking site that their absentee ballots were received. Madison clerks say they will — just give it time.
At least 13 residences near the UW-Madison campus are under investigation for violating public health guidelines over Halloween weekend as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Wisconsin.
Despite enthusiasm and hope for the youth vote, twelve student-heavy wards underperformed their 2016 turnout by 31 percent.