The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study by the National Institutes of Health will follow the biological and behavioral development of more than 10,000 children beginning at ages 9 or 10, through adolescence and into early adulthood.
UWM has received three highly competitive awards from the National Science Foundation to fund research instrumentation. “It is quite unusual for an institution to receive multiple MRI awards in a single year, and it’s certainly unprecedented at UWM,” said Mark Harris, interim vice provost for research.
With backing from the U.S. Department of Energy, UWM has offered free energy assessments to nearly 100 small and medium-sized industrial companies in the last five years, making recommendations that could save them more than $7.7 million. The Energy Department has recently renewed a grant supporting UWM’s Industrial Assessment Center for another five years. The […]
Nearly 600 people turned out to watch UWM faculty amaze them with hands-on demonstrations and awe-inspiring ideas during the Wisconsin Science Festival in the Milwaukee area this weekend.
Converting just some devices and fixtures in your home to DC could reduce your power bill by up to two-thirds. Rob Cuzner, assistant professor of electrical engineering, is working on technology that could make that happen.
Spring is beginning earlier than its historical average in three-quarters of United States’ national parks studied, according to new research that employed a model created by UWM climatologist Mark Schwartz.
Alan Magayne-Roshak witnessed most of UWM’s six decades through the lens of a camera. As we celebrate the school’s 60th anniversary, meet its visual encyclopedia.
A new buoy built by UWM researchers will improve water-quality warnings and help Milwaukee’s health department better monitor conditions at city beaches.
When UWM art alum and special effects master Jim Rygiel began work on a remake of the 1959 blockbuster “Ben-Hur,” one thing worried him most — the iconic chariot race scene from the original movie.
Adam Greenberg, assistant professor of psychology at UWM, is researching how the brain recognizes music and our response to it.