UWM’s Michael Nosonovsky is among those scientists who are approaching Technical problems through biomimicry – borrowing strategies from plants and animals.
UWM’s Life Impact Program has received a nearly $140,000 grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation College Success Program.
UWM researchers have uncovered a cellular mechanism necessary for memory.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, led by Professor of Psychology Karyn Frick, hav identified a new cellular mechanism necessary for memory.
After her third audition for Lifetime’s Emmy nominated reality T.V. show, “Project Runway,” UWM alumna Miranda K. Levy finally got her shot.
UWM’s “Little Free Libraries” will promote reading and literacy, as well as a sense of community.
Working adults are driving the need for programs that are flexible enough to accommodate their needs.
A collaboration between researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UW-Milwaukee has developed a technique that provides molecular-level chemical information of unprecedented detail on biological and other specimens.
A new book by UWM historian Greg Carter examines the way interracial relationships have been both demonized and praised in the U.S.