The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery’s SILO and Qbio Seminars pull researchers from across campus for engaging interdisciplinary talks in mathematics and quantitative biology.
Zhenqiang Ma, Yei Hwan Jung, Shaoqin (Sarah) Gong, and Tzu-Hsuan Chang have developed substantially biodegradable microwave integrated circuits and methods for their manufacture.
Singing the praises of and reflecting upon a career rooted in optimization.
Allison Langham, graduate student in SLIS is interviewed by Research Data Services about curating Yin Lab data.
The big data phenomenon also begun to take hold in and around the city, from institutions like state and city government to the health care industry.
The University is now seeking applicants for a permanent WID Director, charged with continuing WID’s mission and pressing onward in innovation and discovery.
The Weaving Lab will be open Monday – Thursday from 9am – 4pm through August 25th.
In April, cartoonist and assistant professor of interdisciplinary creativity at WID Lynda Barry brought a heavy dose of creativity — and her unique perspective on storytelling — to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
From undergraduate Hilldale Fellows to national and international scholar awards, WID students and faculty gained significant recognition for their efforts and contributions.
Michael Ferris (Optimization) and Wendy Crone (BIONATES) receive 20/20 awards.
UW-Madison juniors affiliated with WID researchers, Eddie Ruiz and Stephanie Seymour, launch first issue of The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Technology (JUST).
Expert in the area of digital health information and communication begins new position August 15th.
New genome editing technique can target single letters of DNA sequence.
Mentoring 49 Ph.D. students during his active time at UW-Madison and shaping the careers of many more, including WID’s John Yin, Ed Lightfoot and his iconic textbook Transport Phenomena continue to push interdisciplinary research forward.
Dr. Kevin Ponto speaks to WTMJ Wisconsin Weekend Morning News.
The magazine is using crowdsourcing algorithms developed by WID researchers to find the funniest cartoon captions
Randolph Ashton and Ethan Lippmann have developed a culture medium for producing neural cell populations (caudal lateral epiblasts, posterior neuroectoderm, posterior neuroepithelial cells or motor neurons) with desired positional identity within the hindbrain or spinal cord.
The new discovery.wisc.edu web design highlights the unique form and function of the Discovery Building.
Discovery Fellow Laura Albert McLay talks to the Cap Times about military maneuvers, the lottery, March Madness and the satisfaction she derives from teaching.
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