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Madison-based author puts Black history in perspective

Joyce Salter Johnson has loved history her entire life. But as a descendant of enslaved people, her family history — ...

Old World Monkeys Retire In Rural Wisconsin

There’s a small animal sanctuary tucked away in a quiet rural area in Marquette County. Here, you’ll find nine monkeys ...

An Exciting Development, CRISPR Lets UW-Madison Researchers Edit Genes

In the last decade, scientists have made incredible strides in understanding the world around us. From taking the first photo of ...

UW-Madison Researchers Study Coyotes In The City

Coyotes have moved into areas within the Madison city limits. What does that mean for human and canid coexistence? Researchers ...

Museum Director Returns Cultural Artifacts To Native Nations

The Logan Museum of Anthropology is home to some 300,000 artifacts, primarily of  Native American origins.  It’s the only museum ...

Retired Rhinelander Man Helps Conservationists Track Loons

Alan Schwoegler is a retired Rhinelander man who has joined the ranks of the “Loon Rangers,” a group of citizens ...

Group Works With Autistic Children To Build, Fly Small Drones

Paul Braun wanted to find a way to connect with his son who is living with Autism. He ended up ...

UW-Madison Researcher Investigates Native Insects As Pollinating Alternatives To Bees

Claudio Gratton has always felt that bees are, well, the “bee’s knees." Now, the University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher has become ...

Going Molecular

On a U.W. campus, a chemistry research group is investigating events so tiny and so fast, they can’t be seen ...

Ice Week: Ice Diving In Lake Mendota

Our lakes are worlds unto themselves, but when one becomes covered with a roof of ice nearly two feet thick, ...