Kohler Fellows Talk “Facts” on WORT Access Hour

Three members of the Kohler Fellows met and prerecorded a spontaneous and animated discussion of the concept of “facts.”  They were biochemist and geneticist Ana Lindahl, English literature student Julie Dauer, and neuroscience-and-public policy student Andrew Merluzzi. The recording took place live in the WORT studios on Wednesday, December 7th.

WID Launches a New Web Experience

The work being done at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery does not end in the lab or with research publications, and it goes beyond the science and engineering that happens in the Discovery Building every day. WID is more than a collection of researchers — it is a collaborative community …

Image Lab

WID’s Image Lab, led by cartoonist and Discovery Fellow Lynda Barry, is a flexible classroom space dedicated to real-time creative activity to help encourage a different take on problem-solving.


The important work done in WID’s collaborative network does not end with publication in scientific journals. A key part of WID’s mission is to share our discoveries with our community and the world — here, we tell the story of our unique approach to scientific inquiry, our connections on campus and …

Creative Spark

Image Lab Alumna Angela Richardson shares her formidable talent as artist-in-residence at Madison’s Central Library.