This spring LSC’s science communication colloquium will once again bring acclaimed speakers to the UW-Madison campus.
Welcome back to campus! Today marks the start of the spring 2020 semester and we are excited to have students, faculty, and staff back at UW-Madison.
For many, October 31st this past fall signified Halloween but for students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, this fall it symbolized something much more frightening:
“The promise and perils of gene-editing might be the most important public debate we haven’t been having widely enough.” This response from Bill Gates to an article on synthetic biology highlights a growing dilemma faced …
Five years ago, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) published What We Know, an extensive report on how scientists view climate change and the possible actions to diminish its impact.
LSC undergraduate and graduate students had very exciting summers, interning everywhere from UW-Madison Center for Limnology field station to the World Health Organization in Washington D.C..
Read more to learn about LSC’s newest Assistant Professor!
A lot can be accomplished within a year. LSC assistant professor Todd Newman didn’t waste any time getting into the swing of things here at UW-Madison.
Wednesday, September 4th marks the start of the fall semester and we are excited to welcome students back to Hiram Smith Hall.
Congratulations to LSC professor Dietram Scheufele, who was selected as the inaugural recipient of the UW Foundation’s Taylor-Bascom Chair.