Desai keeps tabs on northern Wisconsin greenhouse gases

The associate professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences also involves local students in his research.

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Botanist harnesses the grid to illuminate crop growth

Edgar Spalding's work could allow users to predict how different crop breeds will perform.

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Chemistry graduate turns Ph.D. thesis into comic book

Veronica Berns wanted to find a way to better explain her research to a larger audience.

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Humanity has exceeded 4 of 9 'planetary boundaries,' according to researchers

The report should be a wake-up call to policymakers, says UW-Madison Professor Steve Carpenter.

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Grant program seeds promising ideas, like safer batteries

Professor of Chemistry Robert Hamers' lab received a SEED grant to study a compound used in batteries.

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Study finds deer account for almost half of long-term forest change

Botany Professor Don Waller's research links species changes in the forests of northern Wisconsin and Michigan to the eating habits of white-tailed deer.

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Geoscience team explores large, restless volcanic field in Chile

The research project is a major scientific opportunity: to explore a mega-volcano before it erupts.

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Study models past to understand future of strengthening El Niño

A study led by UW-Madison's Zhengyu Liu examines what has influenced El Niño over the last 21,000 years.

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Computer sciences researchers use social media for social good

UW-Madison researchers analyzed Chinese social media to uncover real-time information about air-pollution levels.

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