The Nobel Prize-winning quest to discover gravitational waves is changing astronomy by giving scientists the most comprehensive tools yet for exploring the universe.
A comprehensive map of the underwater habitat may hold the key to revitalizing fish populations in Milwaukee’s inner harbor.
UWM physicists make it possible to create three dimensional movies featuring the smallest machines of life, with the algorithms used in Nobel Prize-winning research.
Tina Freiburger has found evidence of racial disparities in Milwaukee County judicial decisions. She wants to make courts more effective while ensuring that everyone is treated equally.
Neuroscientist Karyn Frick is unraveling the complex reasons why women are far more likely than men to suffer memory loss as they age. She’s also seeking ways to prevent it.
Wilkistar Otieno helps companies get the most out of what they make, developing a scientific model that advises industries and their customers when a remanufactured product is better than a new one.
A UWM study asks how researchers should approach an era of unprecedented information about people’s private lives.
The possibilities of virtual reality extend far beyond games. UWM’s Immersive Media Lab explores how this exciting technology could change the way we learn.
UWM’s new Connected Systems Institute is partnering with Fortune 500 companies to prepare for the next industrial revolution. Their work and training will transform how business is done.
Chia Youyee Vang’s own refugee experience sparked her passion to explore the lives of Hmong people worldwide. Her work offers lessons on how to help newer refugee groups.
The Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery combines the research talent and tools needed for the next generation of treatments.
Paul Roebber can’t change the weather, but he’s still revolutionizing how it’s predicted.
UWM engineering associate professors Xiao Qin and Troy Liu pore over data pulled from roadside sensors, mobile phones and simple police crash reports, all with the goal of making driving safer.
Very little is known about the million-plus American children providing significant medical care for adults. Melinda Kavanaugh wants to change that.
He’s reinventing how we think of concrete, and Konstantin Sobolev’s creations could make potholes disappear.
How UWM sport psychology experts help athletes achieve peak performance.
Nursing professor Teresa Johnson studies a peer support group for expectant mothers that lowers the infant mortality rate.
A hardy perennial is a promising source of biofuel, and UWM scientist Dave Zhao is developing a key technique to unlock its potential.
UWM’s Kyle Swanson organized a revised approach to the university’s remedial mathematics program, and it’s adding up to multiple levels of success.
Whether supporting children with autism or training new teachers, Elizabeth Drame gets at the heart of what’s needed in special education.