1. Red-hot research: UW-Stout professor, Polish scholar join metals, ceramics to help aerospace industry

    Menomonie, Wis. — It was midwinter in Wisconsin, but blazing heat was the focus of a Polish scholar’s two-week visit to University of Wisconsin-Stout. Natalia Sobczak, head of the Center […]

  2. UW-Madison innovation institute to broaden palette of advanced materials

    display of cutting edge mobile technology

    Sporting sleek cases, sensitive touch screens, and an ever-increasing array of features, today’s smartphones and tablets provide consumers unparalleled mobile computing capability. Yet, these and many other technologies are critically […]

  3. UW-Parkside Cyber Security Lab preps info guardians

    Every day brings fresh revelations about sophisticated cyber criminals shutting down vast computer networks, hacking computers from half a world away to probe files, and stealing proprietary information. UW-Parkside faculty […]

  4. DEA donates $160,000 for UW-Platteville forensic, chemistry equipment

    students in lab coats digging a hole

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Forensic Investigation Program and UW-Platteville Department of Chemistry and Engineering Physics were the recipients of a generous donation of equipment from the U.S. […]

  5. UW-La Crosse alumni prosecute criminal cases statewide to preserve justice

    people standing in front of the Capitol building

    Kevin Potter stands in his office on the eighth floor of the Wisconsin Department of Justice overlooking the capitol. From a shelf filled with UW-La Crosse football memorabilia, he grips […]

  6. UW joins national cybersecurity effort to strengthen software infrastructure

    “We’re excited about the potential of this project to reinforce our nation’s cybersecurity. We have assembled a powerful team of software and security researchers and experts who will enable us to establish and operate a unique software assurance facility.”