Researchers are working on ways to standardize how stem cells are harnessed to advance therapies and study disease.
WID researcher Jordan Ellenberg shares his views on the impact of math on daily life with The Cap Times.
Bloomberg View shares why WID researcher Jordan Ellenberg’s new book makes its summer reading list.
WID faculty member Jordan Ellenberg shares his views on stage for TEDxMadison.
The Boston Globe reviews Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg’s new book on math.
WID’s Jordan Ellenberg received a shout-out in The Sunday Book Review for his book “How Not To Be Wrong.”
Distinguished Scholar Anthony Gray believes ethics are to be learned and practiced like other skill sets. Learn what’s in Gray’s professional toolkit and how curiosity drives his work in our monthly Q&A series.
Yahoo shares a slideshow of WID faculty member and cartoonist Lynda Barry’s work courtesy of the Adam Baumgold Gallery in New York City.
Discovery Fellow and Author Jordan Ellenberg talked about the power of math in this Los Angeles Times Q&A.
The Guardian reviews “How Not To Be Wrong,” a book by WID researcher Jordan Ellenberg.
Harvesting data and harvesting crops? There’s an app for that.
Salon describes Jordan Ellenberg’s new book as “a rewarding popular math book for just about anyone.”
Jordan Ellenberg answered readers’ math questions in a live Q&A for io9.
National Public Radio’s All Things Considered interviewed WID’s Jordan Ellenberg to explore his new book on the power of math.
Scientific American reviews Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg’s new book “How Not To Be Wrong.”
Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg writes in the Wall Street Journal about the need to think differently about child prodigies.
Math’s everywhere — at least that’s the message from Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg in his new book “How Not To Be Wrong.” Read a conversation with him on math’s impact on our lives, from science to religion.
WID and the New York Hall of Science team up to collect data on learning and games.
At the first Midwest Chromatin and Epigenetics Meeting, WID researchers and scientists around the country are giving new meaning to the “Nature versus Nurture” debate.
The New Yorker shares an exhibition featuring the work of WID faculty member and cartoonist Lynda Barry.
Kris Saha has received the NSF CAREER Award for developing methods to more easily produce stem cells to model human disease.
Isthmus newspaper provides a review of the RISE Over Run dance performance, led by Discovery Fellow Li Chiao-Ping.
Isthmus newspaper previews RISE Over Run dance performance, led by Discovery Fellow Li Chiao-Ping.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes about the creative work of WID faculty member and cartoonist Lynda Barry.
WID collaborator and Tufts University researcher Ben Shapiro taps into technology to make learning fun. Read more about why compassion is his ultimate tool for discovery.