The institute was established in 2011 to promote basic research related to new and improved drugs and advance promising drug candidates to later stages of development.
An international team of astronomers, including several from UWM, have renewed funding from the National Science Foundation for their work in detecting and characterizing low-frequency gravitational waves, a transformational challenge in astrophysics.
Kris Barnekow, associate professor of health sciences, is leading the two outreach projects in Milwaukee with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
MILWAUKEE _ The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has received $2 million from UWM alumnus and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and his wife, Anu Nadella. The gift will create the Fund for Diversity in Tech Education at UWM, which will support the university’s efforts to recruit, retain and graduate undergraduate students from marginalized and underserved communities, preparing […]
Because many graduating high school students attended their senior year in a virtual learning environment, they may need additional help transitioning to college. To help, UWM is expanding its bridge program and adding a summer option.
Members of the Board of Regents and chancellors at other UW System universities on Thursday toured UWM’s Connected Systems Institute, which just unveiled its first industry test bed, a factory production line and its “digital twin” that will be used for learning and collaborative research.
UWM is building future-focused strategic partnerships with both local and international companies and engaging with them in new ways, Chancellor Mark Mone told a committee of the UW System Board of Regents meeting at UWM on June 3.
MILWAUKEE – T3 BioScience, LLC (T3) has successfully completed its first independent tests assessing the environmental toxicity of RejuAgro, its novel agricultural bio-control agent. RejuAgro protects crops from infection by harmful bacteria and fungus while preventing overuse of antibiotics in farming. It inhibits nine globally devastating crop diseases among seven different crops at efficiency levels […]
Winners of the New Ventures Business Plan Competition hosted by UWM’s Lubar School of Business include a tool handle to aid female do-it-yourselfers, a 360-degree-view digital product and a company that helps women find their path in life.
Health professionals treating hard-to-heal wounds have long been saddled with inadequate tools. Now, two UWM researchers have invented a better way.