Michael Mann, creator of the well-known “hockey stick” graph depicting a sharp recent increase in our planet’s temperature, will deliver the fifth annual Len Robock Lecture on April 17.
This summer, a new state-of-the-art Zeiss Elyra system, including a 780-confocal laser scanning microscope, will arrive at the Newcomb Imaging Center. The new microscope is extra-sensitive, extra-fast, and will shape the questions scientists ask about how cells multiply, respond to stimuli, grow, adapt, and die.
Thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, DARE will use an online survey to trace the ways language has changed, or stayed the same, since its first round of fieldwork was done between 1965 and 1970.
First place says a lot — but first place and a sportsmanship award says it all. UW-Madison's mock trial teams work hard and have fun, too.
Drs. Paul and Renate Madsen have established a Professorship in Danish to celebrate their heritage and ensure cultural, historical and language studies continue at the university.