1. Research to application — Fog detection software helps airlines keep travelers safe

    Satellite image: In 2021, the GOES-R Fog and Low Stratus satellite product became operational in National Weather Service offices across the country. Helping airlines and passengers avoid costly delays and warning smaller aircraft of potential danger. Credit: Corey Calvert

    Fog and low stratus clouds over airports can create dangerous travel conditions that result in costly delays and disrupted travel plans. The US National Weather Service offices monitor and issue warnings […]

  2. UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    Photo of person studying; UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics will deliver a 100 percent online Bachelor of Business Administration in supply chain management beginning this fall. “The complexity of supply chains has become dinner […]

  3. Guatemalan immersion program helps Blugolds build Spanish skills, cultural awareness

    Photo of Emma Felty, who was among the 15 UW-Eau Claire students who spent part of the Winterim session helping Guatemalan coffee farmers with their harvest. The Blugolds traveled to Guatemala as part of an international immersion program, which focused on social and environmental justice. The students were immersed in local communities, living with host families and interacting with community members, including coffee farmers. (Submitted photo)

    When Haley Blagdon and Emma Felty came to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, they both already knew they wanted to explore new places and meet people who’ve had different life […]

  4. UW-Platteville student researchers explore solutions for phosphorous run-off

    Photo of Olivia Kozlowska

    Phosphorous concentrations are at an almost dangerously high level in Wisconsin, says University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior Olivia Kozlowska – an environmental engineering major from Chicago, Illinois – and it’s a […]

  5. New UWO research links continents to key transitions in Earth’s oceans, atmosphere and climate

    Photo depicting UW Oshkosh research on continents

    A new study led by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh geologist Timothy Paulsen advances the understanding of the role continents have played in the chemical evolution of Earth’s oceans, with implications […]

  6. New Immersive Simulator Lets Game Players Reimagine Land Use Based on Real Science

    Photo of land use simulator

    UW–Madison researchers teamed with New England conservation nonprofit Mass Audubon to create an online learning game that lets players model how different zoning choices would affect the environment, jobs, housing and other […]

  7. Fish and frogs may hold the secret to reversing blindness in humans

    Photo of fish swimming

    When a person’s optic nerve is damaged, by disease or injury, their eyesight goes with it. The nerve can’t be healed, and blindness is permanent. That’s not the case for […]

  8. UW-Eau Claire Blugold excited to begin teaching career despite ongoing pandemic

    Photo of Abbi Holzmann, who has known since she was a young girl that she wanted to be a teacher. The ongoing pandemic has made her more determined than ever to make a difference in the lives of students. Holzmann, who graduated from UW-Eau Claire in December, began her first professional teaching job in January at an Eau Claire middle school. (Photo by Shane Opatz)

    “I was around 5 years old, and I made my basement into my first classroom and taught silly little lessons to my stuffed animals and Polly Pockets,” says Holzmann, who […]

  9. New UW–Madison research projects to benefit Great Lakes

    Photo of Lake Michigan shoreline as seen from Sheboygan. Six research projects at UW–Madison will examine aspects of lakes Michigan and Superior. SSEC

    The Great Lakes contain 95 percent of all the fresh surface water in the United States, and Wisconsin is fortunate that two of those lakes make up its northern and […]

  10. Blugolds come together to provide hearing screening to young children in Arcadia

    Photo of Carissa Phelps, a CSD second-year graduate student, Hope Wachholz, an undergraduate Spanish interpreter, and Arcadia Childcare Center director Jolynn Bourland working together to complete a young boy’s hearing screening. (Submitted photo)

    Earlier this month, a team of Blugolds — including future speech-language pathologists and Spanish interpreters — worked together to give hearing screenings to young children in Arcadia, where more than […]