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.
Xuehua Zhong speaks to Hope Kirwan of Wisconsin Public Radio about leaf senescence.
Researchers are working on ways to standardize how stem cells are harnessed to advance therapies and study disease.
This podcast delves into the science and approaches at WID’s Living Environments Laboratory (LEL).
Curious to learn about how video games can be used for learning and engagement in science? The Games+Learning+Society group shares how entertainment and education can go hand in hand.
Listen to experts from the Core Computational Technology group as they walk through the Discovery Building and describe the extensive computing resources the group offers.
In this podcast, graduate student Elise Wagner explains the research being conducted in WID’s Epigenetics research area.
Systems Biology scientist John Yin shares how scale is becoming increasingly important in understanding the science behind evolution and certain illnesses.
Optimization researcher Michael Ferris explains the breadth of fields included in optimization research.
Bryan Daniels with WID’s Center for Complexity and Collective Computation introduces the group’s focuses of study, including computation’s role in understanding collective behavior and hierarchy in nature.
BIONATES researcher Randy Ashton delves into what it means to approach tissue engineering from multiple angles, including stem cell science, plastics engineering and nanotechnology.