1. Industrial design students shine in national competitions

    products engineered by UW-Stout students

    Industrial design students from University of Wisconsin-Stout have shown that they rank among the best in the country by taking first, second and third places in two national competitions. Students […]

  2. UW-Baraboo Sauk County students build skills, community through Habitat project

    female student insulating a basement

    Student volunteers built more than a house on Saturday, October 19. They also developed camaraderie, community connections, and an appreciation for service. A crew of 15 students from two University […]

  3. UW-Eau Claire biology researchers study deer ticks and the bacteria that causes Lyme disease

    students working in the lab

    EAU CLAIRE — Dr. Lloyd Turtinen, professor of biology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, turned one encounter with a tick into a five-year faculty-student research project that examined the […]

  4. UW-La Crosse: An international leader in mercury pollution research

    It affects wallets, the environment, nutrition and the health of people — especially the developing fetus. Mercury pollution is a serious problem for Wisconsin, the Upper Midwest and the Nation. […]

  5. UW-Whitewater alumna: Supplying industry through chemistry

    engineers working in a lab

      After fleeing her native country of Vietnam, Nicki Vo found a home in Whitewater and university mentors who challenged her to achieve her dreams. She’s now an talented chemist, […]

  6. UW-Eau Claire awarded superconductor research grant to benefit medical, science fields

    professors working with superconductor technology

    Dr. Matt Jewell, an assistant professor in the Materials Science Center at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has been awarded a five-year $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy […]

  7. A fresh approach to fighting hunger

    CALS agricultural experts discussing farm productivity

    Wisconsin has hundreds of diversified, fresh market vegetable operations, but there’s one on the outskirts of Franklin that’s in a class by itself. Most of the state’s market farms are small. They […]

  8. Save the trees! UW-La Crosse researchers, students work toward American chestnut disease cure

    people taking measurements from trees

    The loud, shrill clanking of a hammer hitting metal breaks the cheery chorus of birds singing mid-morning in May. With the stark, metallic sound you would think the trees are […]

  9. UW-Superior researcher warns of harmful effects of microplastics in Great Lakes

    professor and student wear wet suits on a boat

    When it comes to finding small plastic particles in the Great Lakes, nobody does it better than Dr. Lorena Rios-Mendoza. It’s a job she is passionate about, because the quality […]

  10. UW-River Falls receives USDA grant to improve reproductive performance in cattle

    Two UW-River Falls faculty members, Justin Luther, associate professor of animal and food science, and Amy Radunz, assistant professor of animal and food science, have a received a $733,672 grant […]