A team of WID researchers has developed a way to move virtual objects in an immersive virtual reality environment through the use of muscle activity.
David Krakauer, WID Director and C4 Co-director, provides insight on a recent study that tracks the shifts of “emotion words” in literary works.
Carrie Roy, a postdoctoral researcher at WID and coordinator for the Humanities Research Bridge, shares the tools — digital, design and otherwise — she uses to transcend disciplines in her work.
Research led by Epigenetics researcher John Denu has gained two best-of-the-year awards from the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
A recent WID study creates a better understanding of how cells are “reprogrammed” when an organism eats fewer calories.
One WID researcher is searching for a way to better coax stem cells into forming certain tissue types.
A partnership between WID and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center uses data and gaming to crack tough research questions.
What do math and movies have in common? WID researcher Ben Recht explains how incomplete data sets and the “Netflix problem” aren’t that different after all.
A group of WID experts crunched the numbers for Health Information Exchange participation in one Wisconsin area and found a price that could save hospitals money in the long-run.
Laurence Loewe is making it easier to add computer modeling to biologists’ scientific toolkit through an award from the National Science Foundation.