Hydrogen could be the key to a more sustainable future.
While modern birth control has existed since the 1950s, researchers are still searching for a male equivalent.
The UW Transdisciplinary Center for Research in Psychoactive Substances illuminates medical applications of psychedelics for mental health and addiction.
The secret to viking rage may lie in psychedelics.
How a visiting professor at UW-Madison research in quantum entanglement established the basis for this year’s nobel Prize in Physics
Marcel Schreir, an assistant professor in chemical and biological engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is one of 20 early career scientists in the United States to be named a Packard Fellow for Science and Engineering.
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A strange new model organism gives us new insights into what makes a successful disperser.
Solar cell batteries developed by UW-Madison research group could be the way of the future.