L&S student helps launch new undergraduate research journal

Stephanie Seymour, a junior majoring in economics and molecular biology, is a co-founder of <i>The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Technology</i>.

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Faster brain waves make shorter gaps in visual stream

The human brain also blinks, dropping a few frames of visual information here and there.

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Limnology researchers move fast to study nitrate in the Mississippi, algae in Mendota

Graduate student Luke Loken and others are using technology called FLAMe to learn more about the chemistry of rivers and lakes.

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'Happy Days Study' meets microbiome

Wisconsin Longitudinal Study researchers have taken on a new challenge: mapping out the health implications of the microbes that live in our gut as we grow old.

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Rokers helps pinpoint where human brain unites eyes' double vision

The assistant professor of psychology's work may aid in the treatment of vision problems like amblyopia, or lazy eye.

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Neutron star's echoes give astronomers new measuring stick

Thanks to work by astronomy Professor Sebastian Heinz, astronomers now know that one of our galaxy’s oddest supernovae is 30,700 light-years from Earth.

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Bigger bang for your buck: Restoring fish habitat by removing barriers

UW-Madison researchers have created a powerful new model to maximize the cost-effectiveness of barrier removal projects that also restore migratory fish habitat.

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Limnology, computer sciences faculty work to optimize ecology

UW-Madison researchers are working to change the way resources are allocated and assist in the recovery of native fish in the Great Lakes basin.

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