New Faculty Focus: Andrew J. Boydston

He joins the Department of Chemistry, bringing a research group that works primarily on organic and polymer chemistry.

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New Faculty Focus: Shivaram Venkataraman

He joins the Department of Computer Sciences with a focus on designing systems and algorithms for large-scale data analysis.

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New Faculty Focus: Tulika Bose

She brings a focus on high-energy physics to the Department of Physics.

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New Faculty Focus: Miaoyan Wang

In joining the Department of Statistics, she hopes to inspire students in learning about “numbers with context.”

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Next generation Large Hadron Collider relies on UW–Madison computing

In July 2012, scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland, announced the discovery of a fundamental particle critical to our understanding of the universe: the Higgs boson.

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Construction begins on $133 million revamp of Chemistry Building

By the time they graduate, more than half of the students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will have taken a chemistry course, a demonstration of the central role chemistry plays in preparing students for their career. Now, with the start of construction on a $133 million tower and other renovations, those students — as well as faculty and other researchers — will gain access to updated teaching and laboratory spaces to accommodate the next generation of chemical education and research.

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New Faculty Focus: Justin Hsu

He brings to the Department of Computer Sciences an interest in differential privacy. 

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New Faculty Focus: Kevin Black

The new physics professor specializes in elementary particle physics. 

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LAB3 exhibition helps high school students merge physics and art

The LAB3 project teamed UW–Madison physicists and Madison-based artists and writers with high school students from the area. Over the summer, six teams — each composed of one scientist, one visual or performing artist, one writer, and three to four high schoolers — explored current areas of scientific research ranging from neutrinos to dark matter to cosmic rays.

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