Illuminating Discovery

SoundWaves:

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

A Celebration of Time, pt 3In this third presentation of Celebrations of Time, SoundWaves is looking at how we know when events occurred in the past, through the lens of geology (objects on Earth), astronomy (distant objects), anthropology (human prehistory), pathology (the human body), and, as always, music.Presenters:Brad Singer - Department of GeoscienceProfessor Brad Singer

Free
Event Series Indigenous Language Table

Indigenous Language Table

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

Open Language Table for Indigenous Languages. Most Wednesdays on the first floor of the Discovery Building and hosted by the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery ID Hub in Room 1145. An Indigenous Language Table is designed to enable language learners to develop spoken language skills outside of the classroom setting, build community, strengthen language purpose, and

Pours & Prose

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

A Celebration of Wine and Wine PeoplePresented by the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Writer in Residence, join us for an evening celebrating all things wine!Michelle Wildgen, WID Writer-in-Residence, recently released her latest book, Wine People, which made the Oprah Daily list, TIME’s “25 New Books You Need to Read This Summer,” and many others. Join

Event Series Crossroads of Ideas

Crossroads of Ideas:

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

LEAPing Forward: How Wisconsin is shaping the future of materials scienceLocal electrode atom probe (LEAP) is a novel analysis technique combining both 3D imaging and precise atomic-scale chemical composition measurements. Exclusively developed by CAMECA, the atom probe is a prime example of Wisconsin innovation and discovery. Dr Katherine Rice, Applications Lab Manager at CAMECA Instruments,

Free

Crossroads of Ideas: Tomorrow’s Yellowstone

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

Yellowstone, climate change and the importance of sharing science.This edition of Crossroads of Ideas will feature a panel discussion hosted by Kelly Tyrrell and will cover the topics of how Tomorrow's Yellowstone came about, an overview of Monica Turner’s lab’s work, and how the University Communications team approached the project before arriving in, during, and

Free

Crossroads of Ideas: Tomorrow’s Yellowstone (Streaming)

NOTE: This registration link for virtual attendance only. Yellowstone, climate change and the importance of sharing science.This edition of Crossroads of Ideas will feature a panel discussion hosted by Kelly Tyrrell and will cover the topics of how Tomorrow's Yellowstone came about, an overview of Monica Turner’s lab’s work, and how the University Communications team

Free
Event Series SoundWaves

SoundWaves:

Hamel Music Center 740 University Avenue, Madison, WI, United States

A Celebration of Time, pt 4SoundWaves has been looking at and listening to time - join us for Celebrations of Time, Part 4, the final edition of this time-based series! Learn about how dating and relationships have changed over time from a psychologist, the way we know how to walk from a kinesiologist, why and

Free

Crossroads of Ideas: Democratizing Data

Discovery Building 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

Making Scientific Data FAIRThis last Crossroads of Ideas of the semester will feature presentations and a fireside chat all about the data life cycle and what it takes to make scientific data FAIR - Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reuseable. Panelists will journey through a day in the life of data from collection to interpretation, the

Free

2024 Tiny Earth Summer Symposium

Wisconsin Institute for Discovery 330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI, United States

Join students, instructors, and researchers from around the world for Tiny Earth's 2024 Summer Symposium in Madison, Wisconsin.The Tiny Earth Summer Symposium is a two-day event designed to showcase student research findings, delve into current advancements and challenges in antibiotic discovery, and engage instructors in sharing instructional innovations. Join us in person at the University

$30.00 - $60.00
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