| Chris Hubbuch

Six wind turbines perched on a ridge overlooking Lake Mendota and a 2-megawatt solar array are visible signs of healthcare records company Epic’s focus on sustainability. 

Geothermal, Energy & Society, Industry

| Watt's Up, Wisconsin

In this episode of Watt’s Up, Wisconsin?, we explore the field of agriculture and photovoltaics, known as agrivoltaics and the possibilities in WI. We speak to UW-Madison’s Henry Hundt and Josh Arnold about the future of agrivoltaic research in Wisconsin.

Solar, Energy & Society

| Chris Hubbuch

The American Chemical Society has named UW–Madison professor Ive Hermans, who studies complex reaction mechanisms, as an ACS fellow. 

Biofuels & Bioproducts, Energy & Society

| Jason Daley

In Madison, Wisconsin, May is typically a great time to experience the city’s four large lakes; while the air temperature warms up, the water is still relatively cool and clear, making it ideal for boating, fishing or lounging at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s famed lakeside terrace.

Environmental Studies, Sustainable Agriculture

| Propelling Women In Power

In this episode, we sit down with Kaiping Chen, Assistant Professor in Life Sciences Communication at UW–Madison. She leads us down the path to what she does now, from exploring political science to diving into the computational methods that drive her communications research.

Women in STEM, Energy & Society, Policy & Regulation, Science Communication

| Nicole Miller

Wisconsin’s wild weather has been on full display in 2023 with severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, wildfire smoke, heavy precipitation and extreme drought.

Energy & Society, Environmental Studies