Image Lab Alumna Angela Richardson shares her formidable talent as artist-in-residence at Madison’s Central Library.
Living Environments Laboratory Assistant Professor Kevin Ponto explores interconnectedness and propagation in two displays at the Ruth Davis Design Gallery at Nancy Nicholas Hall, open January 22 to February 21, 2016.
Living Environments Lab researchers aid local crime scene investigation with LiDAR scanning.
John Yin spoke at the Discovery Seminar Series in January, 2016, offering his perspective on the origins of life, dynamic stability, and developing collaborations.
Kris Saha, Assistant Professor in the BIONATES theme, is featured in a Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News article for his work with High Content Analysis.
Eddie Ruiz and Stephanie Seymour — both UW-Madison juniors affiliated with WID researchers — are launching The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Technology for the UW Madison campus
UW Living Environments Lab takes sci-fi concept into the physical world
The Research Project Resource Guide has been enhanced with valuable tools to help researchers campus-wide accomplish their goals.
Celebrating social innovators for this year’s M List, Madison Magazine hails six outstanding individuals with ties to WID.
Jordan Ellenberg slam dunks the theory for Slate Magazine.
Every year, high-throughput computing (HTC) technologies pioneered by computer scientist Miron Livny power the scientific discovery of researchers at UW-Madison and around the globe.
The new Featured Publications series serves up some of the most exciting discoveries from WID straight from the source.
Assistant Professor and BIONATES theme PI Krishanu Saha along with J. Benjamin Hurlbut, Assistant Professor, Human Dimensions at Arizona State University and Sheila Jasanoff, Professor of Science and Technology at Harvard University co-authored a recent article for Issues in Science and Technology making the case for how far scientists should go in researching and applying CRISPR to editing the human germline.
WID scientists David Page and Bill Murphy were part of a study using stem cells to create model neural tissues to screen for toxicity.
Madison game developers aim for critical mass to compete with the coasts
The goal is to untether them from memorization-style learning.
Technology designed to study homes and health with UW’s school of nursing is now being used at crime scenes.
Transdisciplinary science was on display in the Discovery building July 19-23 at the Astrobiology Graduate Conference, where graduate students and post-docs from disparate disciplines and various universities came together to discuss life in our Universe.
The Research Project Resource Guide is an elegant new roadmap for researchers on the UW-Madison campus, connecting them to the materials, information, contacts, and assets available for every stage of the research process.
Jordan Ellenberg, Discovery Fellow, assesses the “new” Common Core math standards in this op-ed piece for the New York Times.
New York Times Art and Design Section features our very own Lynda Barry in a recent article.
Discovery Fellow, Jim Luedtke, discusses the growing field of Optimization and addresses some criticism of the discipline in this June 8, 2015 edition of UW College of Engineering podcast.
Former WID director, John Wiley, weighs in on UW budget challenges and beyond in a Wisconsin State Journal guest column
Discovery Fellow Rebecca Willett co-organizes first ever UW-Madison Neuroimaging, Computational Neuroscience, and Neuroengineering Workshop
G+L+S featured on National Science Foundation homepage