The historically Black Greek Letter Organizations at UW-Madison seek to initiate change on campus through activism and volunteering efforts.
UW-Madison researchers published a journal Feb. 11 detailing how they genetically reprogrammed the most common type of cells in mammalian connective tissue into master heart cells.
A group of UW-Madison engineers has discovered how to turn on and off specific genes within bacteria, according to a university press release.
Seventeen campus religious groups and the Multicultural Student Center presented a diverse panel of speakers Tuesday to discuss the different aspects of faith and race on the UW-Madison campus.
First and second-year college students can now apply to the inaugural James E. Jones Jr. Pre-Law Scholars Program at the UW Law School.
Junot D?az, an author known for his fictional works featuring the immigrant experience and his personal racial background, answered questions at Memorial Union Monday as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series.
Associate Dean and medical history and biomedics professor Dr. Richard Keller spoke Monday in Madison about the origins of the distrust in global health programs in postcolonial countries.
UW-Madison psychology professor Markus Brauer will teach a public seminar Feb. 9 at Madison Public Library that will focus on strategies supported by extensive research to best reduce discrimination in the workplace.
UW-Madison researchers are conducting a study, funded by the NCAA and the U.S. Department of Defense, that will examine the most effective ways to educate athletes on the importance of reporting concussions.
A UW-Madison biotech spin-off, Lytic Solutions, has earned substantial profits from producing its specialized product, correctly folded proteins.
Roderick A. Ferguson, esteemed author and professor of African-American and gender and women’s studies at University of Illinois at Chicago, spoke at UW-Madison Tuesday about how black radicalism can lead to change on college campuses.
In an effort to remain a leader in the field, UW-Madison offers a master’s degree in biotechnology to merge science, business and law practices into a single, comprehensive program.
A UW-Madison team that designed a pod for transporting people at futuristic speed finished third in SpaceX’s first worldwide Hyperloop, hosted at Texas A&M University Jan.
Timothy M. Smeeding, a professor of economics and public affairs at UW-Madison and former Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) director, plans to discuss bipartisan anti-poverty proposals as part of the IRP’s upcoming Annual New Perspectives in Social Policy Seminar. Smeeding will respond to Arthur C.
Two UW-Madison students, both involved with the UW-BlackOut Movement, are leading fundraising efforts on campus to provide donations and bottled water to Flint, Mich.
Middle school teachers collaborated with Field Day Lab, a group of UW-Madison video game designers, to discuss the best way to use video games as a learning tool.