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This guest post comes to us from Jevin Lortie, a graduate research assistant in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at UW–Madison. ..read more
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This post comes to us from departing science writing intern Tyler Fox, who graduated in May. Congrats, Tyler! And thanks for a year of ..read more
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Adapted from original story by Brita Larson, Center for Healthy Minds: We can feel stress in the body through common sensations: sweaty ..read more
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Imagine you’re a plucky, golf ball-sized squid swimming in the clear blue ocean on a moonlit night. Your round shape means a distinctive ..read more
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More and more bacteria are becoming resistant to traditional antibiotics, and this resistance has become a focal point of research at many ..read more
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Give most kids a basic microscope and a leaf or a drop of pond water, and they are in awe of the, well, microscopic patterns and organisms ..read more
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Seven days before the polar vortex blanketed Madison in nearly record-low temperatures, researchers, meteorologists  and UW administrative ..read more
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This is a guest post by Amelia Liberatore, a marketing intern with the UW–Madison Department of Food Science. The human gut is a complex ..read more
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The post office suspended mail delivery. Schools and campuses across the Midwest closed down. Temperatures in Chicago, Madison and other ..read more
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A study published today (Jan. 8) in eLife, led by University of Wisconsin–Madison Professor of Biochemistry and Bacteriology Robert ..read more

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