Entrepreneur and self-described “tinkerer” Dan Ludois is building the nuts and bolts of a revolution.
For being audaciously young, Dan Ludois has an appreciation for history.
This week, Life Sciences Communication professor and chair Dominique Brossard is traveling to San Diego to be honored at the 2017 International Communication Association (ICA) Conference.
UW–Madison's energy experts have a wealth of knowledge to share and a commitment to contributing to discussions on energy. Here, you’ll find a monthly round-up of their media coverage.
Technologies for converting non-edible biomass into chemicals and fuels traditionally made from petroleum exist aplenty.
Ophelia Venturelli, assistant professor of biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, is one of two researchers in the University of Wisconsin System to earn seed funding from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Shaw Scientist Program to pursue innovative approaches to advancing human he