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Research, outreach, and initiatives at WID embody the Wisconsin Idea — reaching beyond the walls of the institute and the UW campus and into the lives of citizens across the state, country, and world.
Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Announces 2023 Cultivating Connections Expo
The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) is excited to announce the 2023...Read More "Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Announces 2023 Cultivating Connections Expo"
Federal Earmark Expands Student-led Search for New Antibiotics
Scientists worldwide are using authentic research experiences to engage college students in discovering new antibiotics. The Tiny Earth initiative, based at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery, has already trained thousands of students in 30 countries. Congressionally Directed Community Project Funds will now provide $1 million to expand the program and reach even more students. This was part of the $1.7 trillion federal spending package that was signed into law by President Biden in December 2022.Read More "Federal Earmark Expands Student-led Search for New Antibiotics"
Karan Srivastava earns 22-23 Teaching Assistant Award
"I aim to create an environment where students can ask questions, make mistakes, and learn to move past them."Read More "Karan Srivastava earns 22-23 Teaching Assistant Award"
WID’s hubs act as integrators for the campus community, generating new ideas that nucleate new collaborative research projects. The hubs make use of WID expertise to provide services that assist other researchers in applying specialized tools to a range of problems extending far beyond the scope of WID’s programs. Explore WID’s Hubs:
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