The Department of Life Sciences Communication (LSC) has been hard at work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As universities look to welcome students back for another pandemic-era semester, they can turn to new insights from the National Academy of Sciences backed by research on how to effectively communicate about COVID-19. The guidelines encourage campuses …
It is with great excitement that we announce that LSC Professor and Chair Dominique Brossard and Ph.D. Student Mikhaila Calice are among the recipients of a research cluster grant from the Robert F. and Jean …
A new study based on the collaborative work between LSC and the Urban Canid Project has now been published in the Journal of Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
Organizations are increasingly relying on data-driven approaches to change their current practices. Recognizing this trend, the Department of Life Sciences Communication requires
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.
Summer is in full effect and with temperatures rising we are seeing more people spending time outdoors hiking, gardening, playing games, and even just going on walks.
Over the past 20 years, extreme weather, such as hurricanes and flooding, made devastating impacts worldwide.