UWM physicists have created a machine-learning algorithm that improves the accuracy of timing estimates by a factor of up to 300.
UWM researchers Marius Schmidt and Jason Tenboer harnessed X-Ray Free Electron Laser technology and became the first people to witness proteins changing in real time.
The Cultural Resource Management Program at UWM carefully picks up the pieces when construction projects dig into forgotten city cemeteries or mass graves.
UWM paleontologist Stephen Dornbos found 555-million-year-old fossilized multicellular marine algae, or seaweed, and it’s among the oldest examples of multicellular life.
A UWM faculty member helps Milwaukee’s Betty Brinn Children’s Museum design and evaluate an exhibit where children build circuits, make music and learn about science.
New Fast Radio Burst discovery finds ‘missing matter’ in the universe MILWAUKEE _ An international team of scientists using a combination of radio and optical telescopes has for the first time managed to identify the location of a fast radio burst, allowing them to confirm the current cosmological model of the distribution of matter in […]
UWM doctoral student Alex Urban was at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory in Louisiana at the historic moment when a gravitational wave was detected, confirming Einstein’s theory.
UWM physicists provided computing power and analytical tools critical to the detection of gravitational waves, first predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago.
A home-schooled, first-generation college student, Renee Spiewak excelled at UWM, working side by side with professors on undergraduate research and winning National Science Foundation funding to study with scientists in Italy and Australia.
Innovative Weather at UWM gives internships to students and recent graduates of the Atmospheric Science program who help provide customized forecasts to regional clients like We Energies.