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raindrop


Britain (Yes, Rainy Britain) Could Run Short of Water by 2050, Official Says

Posted March 21, 2019


Abel Prize


Karen Uhlenbeck Is First Woman to Win Abel Prize for Mathematics

 

 

Posted March 21, 2019


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National Science Foundation's Survey of Doctorate Recipients

Posted March 18, 2019


science


Panel Warns US Faces STEM Workforce Supply Challenges

Posted March 15, 2019


mexican pottery


From Mexico to Monroe:
A Madison collector brings pottery from Mata Ortiz to Wisconsin

Posted March 14, 2019


glassblowing


Master glassblower’s art, work on exhibit at Madison Children’s Museum

Posted March 14, 2019


Joana D'Arc Félix de Souza


Meet the Amazing Women of Chemistry

C&EN has compiled a collection of interviews, profiles, and career snapshots
of women in the molecular sciences

Posted March 14, 2019


dice


She Invented a Board Game With Scientific Integrity. It’s Taking Off.

Posted March 11, 2019


stars


Cut the Science Budget? Not So Fast

Posted March 11, 2019


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Photo by Jonathunder


Sometimes Wiping Out Badgers Helped. Sometimes It Didn’t. Why?

 

Posted March 11, 2019


periodic table


Chemists explore the periodic table’s actinide frontier

Posted March 5, 2019


raindrop


Image of the Day: Raindrop Vortex

Posted March 5, 2019


science


Science in the US is built on immigrants. Will they keep coming?

Posted March 5, 2019


The Tyler Prize



When Warren Washington created the first climate model, he had no idea how necessary it was. He just won the 'Nobel Prize for the environment.'

Posted February 28, 2019


cartoon


How to get young scientists thinking about ethics? Cartooning, say UW researchers

Posted February 28, 2019


Bettye Washington Greene


Six black chemists you should know about

These inventors, educators, and unsung heroes changed lives
through their work in chemistry

Posted February 28, 2019


Archaeology


Ancient poop helps show climate change contributed to fall of Cahokia

Posted February 28, 2019


Wallace Broecker


Pioneering Climate Scientist, Wallace Broecker, Dies

Wallace Broecker, 87, Dies; Sounded Early Warning on Climate Change

Posted February 25, 2019


Edray Goins


For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the ‘Only One’

Posted February 25, 2019


polar vortex


Extreme cold increasingly rare for Wisconsin, but polar vortex could be more common in warmer climate

Posted February 14, 2019


Madison Lakes


Reddit competes to visualize Madison’s prized Lake Mendota ice data

Posted February 14, 2019


Wisconsin


Wisconsin joins state-led effort to implement Paris climate accord policies

Posted February 14, 2019


climate change


The Tiny Swiss Company That Thinks It Can Help Stop Climate Change

Posted February 14, 2019


salt


For healthier lakes, rivers, and drinking water, hold the salt

Posted February 7, 2019


lake levels


Dane County lake levels report evaluates prevention, mitigation scenarios

Posted February 7, 2019


climate change


Climate Change Could Leave Thousands of Lakes Ice-Free

Posted February 7, 2019


tech ranking


Wisconsin lands in 25th place in a state science and technology ranking

Posted February 4, 2019


polar vortex


A Closer Look at the Polar Vortex’s Dangerously Cold Winds

Posted February 1, 2019


climate change


As the climate warms, tens of thousands of lakes
may spend winters ice free

Posted January 30, 2019


water faucet


Annual water use in Madison drops by a billion gallons in six years

Posted January 30, 2019


sweat


Your Sweat Will See You Now

Posted January 24, 2019


climate change


With fire, warming and drought, Yellowstone forests could be grassland by mid-century

Posted January 18, 2019


Richard Feynmen


Surely You’re a Creep, Mr. Feynman

Posted January 16, 2019


glacier


Antarctic ice sheet could suffer a one-two climate punch

Posted January 16, 2019


pollution


Bucking trend, Wisconsin utilities burned more coal in 2017; environmentalists warn against gas investments

Posted January 16, 2019


Congress


An Ocean Engineer and a Nuclear Physicist Walk Into Congress …

Posted January 16, 2019


peacock


How Beauty Is Making Scientists Rethink Evolution

Posted January 16, 2019


STEM


Students in Rural America Ask, ‘What Is a University Without a History Major?’

Posted January 16, 2019


STEM


Ocean Warming Is Accelerating Faster Than Thought, New Research Finds

 

Posted January 16, 2019


STEM



Study: Immigrant kids deliberately build STEM skills

 

Posted January 8, 2019


NSSME report


Report of the 2018 National Survey of Science & Mathematics Education

 

Posted January 8, 2019


marijuana cigarette


What Advocates of Legalizing Pot Don't Want You to Know

 

Posted January 7, 2019


   

 

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