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X(ray) marks the spot in elemental analysis of 15th century printing press methods

In 15th century Germany, Johannes Gutenberg developed a printing press, a machine that allowed for mass production of texts. It is considered...

Enzyme, proteins work together to tidy up tail ends of DNA in dividing cells

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have described the way an enzyme and proteins interact to maintain the protective caps, called telomeres,...

SOAR offers in-person orientation again, but virtual components remain

With UW–Madison’s Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program back in-person for the first time since 2019, some students are enjoying the chance to...

10 receive University Staff Recognition Awards

Ten outstanding University Staff, from departments and units across the UW–Madison campus, have been chosen for 2022 University Staff Recognition Awards. The employees...

Meet Barni Shiferaw: Student speaker for spring commencement

Barni Shiferaw was running down Bascom Hill in just his underwear the other day when the thought occurred to him: This is yet...

Turban tying 101

Members of the Sikh Student Association stepped up to teach the technique of tying turbans during a special Asian Pacific Islander Desi...

A penetrating gaze: System allows world’s first X-ray look at electron-beam 3D-printing process

Combining special, high-energy X-rays with thermal imaging and visible light, engineers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are looking inside metal items made...

UW–Madison works to protect Wisconsin poultry from avian flu

It was only a matter of time, Keith Poulsen knew. Poulsen, director of the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, with a...

Veterinary medicine students launch software startup to serve clinics

Annie Pankowski, a student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, never expected to add co-founder of a tech startup...

New U-M study assesses the impact of automation on long-haul trucking

As automated truck technology continues to be developed in the United States, there are still many questions about how the technology will...

New lightweight super material could battle bullets, deflect space debris

University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers have created a nanofiber material that outperforms its widely used counterparts — including steel plates and Kevlar fabric...

‘Tis better to roast a marshmallow than curse the cold

The Wisconsin Union’s Winter Carnival is in full swing this weekend, with ice fishing, s’mores, kite-making, snowboarding, family-friendly outdoor activities and more. The highlight...

Anouncement

[Champaign] 22ND ANNUAL PARADE OF LIGHTS

PRESENTED BY CHRISTIE CLINICSAT, NOV 26 | DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN  Now in it's 22nd year, the Champaign Center Parade of Lights...

[Illinois] Scholarship Opportunities

The Fred S. Bailey Scholarship Program provides financial support to students of the University of Illinois who who have demonstrated positive impact and...

[Urbana] 55th Annual Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24CHECK-IN: 8am | RACE START: 9amLake House in Crystal Lake ParkFREE for All Ages Join the Urbana Park...

[Illinois] Jobs @ The Y!

We have a few open positions at the Y’s New American Welcome Center! If you are interested in applying, please submit your...