Science teachers from across the country met in Madison, Wisc., for an intensive 5-day training session that aims to engage students in scientific discovery and the hunt for new antibiotics.
On December 5th, Science to Street Art received a $6,000 grant from the Evjue Foundation for the Science to Street Art Festival. The festival is comprised of workshops that focus on using street art to depict science concepts learned in the classroom. The Evjue Foundation's support means the Science to Street Art Festival workshops will
WID's new hubs—Data Science, Multi-Omics, and Illuminating Discovery—represent a new path forward for collaborative research projects and fields.
Gift of $2.1 million from Dr. Monroe & Sandra Trout creates partnership among Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Morgridge Institute for Research, UW-Madison School of Education, & Wisconsin Public Television
UW-Madison scientists and regional street artists will team to create science themed educational pieces.
The World Health Organization calls antimicrobial resistance “one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today.” As harmful bacteria evolve resistance to the antibiotics we use to treat infections, medical costs climb, hospital stays lengthen, and the death toll from previously-treatable conditions increases. New antibiotics are needed to keep “superbugs” at
Small World Initiative hosts first Wisconsin-based instructor training.