Featured in On Wisconsin magazine, Wildgen pairs the technical know-how of the wine industry with the narrative nuances of competing personalities.
Photo highlights of the 2023 Science on the Square
The microbe Lactococcus lactis is an essential component of Wisconsin’s cheese industry. The Catalyst for Science Policy group threw a gala to advocate for it to become the state microbe.
Annual Wisconsin Science Festival returns Oct. 16-22 with new theme
The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery hosted the “Celebrating Latinx voices in STEM” symposium in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Inclusion in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Oct. 5.
Writer-in-Residence Michelle Wildgen's “Wine People” incorporates a little bit of Madison and a bit more hospitality, with a wine-saturated spin.
Muralist Kiba Freeman unveils new piece in downtown Madison as part of UW-Madison, City of Madison collaboration
The mural features a landscape of trees with an open sky in the background, one half in daylight and the other at night. Also prominent is the dirt, filled with little organisms and the roots from the plant and fungus life surrounding them.
WID's Science to Street Art proudly announces the completion of a vibrant new mural in downtown Madison. Wisconsin artist Kiba Freeman, designed and painted the science art fusion mural entitled "Carbon Cycle." The mural is available for all to see on 318 West Gorham Street, Madison WI.
Our Writer in Residence's novel Wine People takes readers from Madison, Wis., and Sonoma, Calif., to Italy, France, and Germany as its story unfolds. Available August 1st.