Siftr from the Field Day Lab creates a clearinghouse for the creation of citizen science projects.
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.
With the holiday bowl games and College Football Playoff upon us, we profile Laura Albert, who successfully did the math on predicting the finalists.
Meet some of WID’s researchers at the Wisconsin Science Festival. The event from October 22nd-25th highlights the diverse science happening on the UW-Madison campus and across the state.
The winners of the Living Environment Laboratory’s “Model This!” contest explore virtual reality in the lush D. C. Smith greenhouse environment.
Guests of the Living Environments Lab spent an Evening in the CAVE exploring Virtual Taliesin.
G+L+S video games spur STEM education for Madison-area Boys and Girls Club students
The goal is to untether them from memorization-style learning.
Xuehua Zhong, Assistant Professor in WID’s Epigenetics Theme studies the epigenetic connections mammals share with plants.
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.
An emerging collaboration between the Living Environments Lab at WID and the Dane County Sheriff’s office is bringing crime scene investigation into the 21st century with 3D scanning technology.
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.
Youth in grades 6-12 become the designers in a virtual reality contest.
The Advanced Computing Initiative (ACI) links researchers and computing resources to maximize productivity.
WID Optimization teams with local wildlife agencies to improve Great Lakes basin habitat.
On February 12th, Lynda Barry and Matt Groening appeared together at the Brooklyn Academy of Music to present a talk: “Love, Hate & Comics—The Friendship That Would Not Die.”
New Field Day Lab, based in Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, teams with Department of Public Instruction to bring apps, games and context to K-12 education.
How can video games be used to inform how we act in the future? Read more about Keari Bell-Gawne and ideas she’s exploring as a video game researcher.
Madison.com features outreach experiences offered through WID’s Living Environments Laboratory and others at UW–Madison.
To better understand the cosmos, WID and Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center researchers are examining activity at the world’s largest neutrino detector in the Institute’s immersive virtual reality environment.
For Open Access Week, the WID community is thinking more about what it means to be “open” in the world of scientific research. Discovery Fellow Dorothea Salo makes the case that a new era of sharing might be more beneficial than we think.
A partnership between WID and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center uses data and gaming to crack tough research questions.