Academics have long dismissed the concept of momentum in sports as an illusion. But a team of UWM scientists has used machine learning and 10 years of NFL data to prove the fans right.
An interdisciplinary team of UWM faculty is leading a paid summer school in 2023 to train students in how to integrate machine learning, computational methods, high-performance computing and cyberinfrastructure into research problems.
LGBTQ+ people are more than twice as likely to be arrested compared to straight people and three times more likely to be incarcerated than the general population, Jane Hereth found.
Libraries are often at the center of their communities, providing important services. That exposed the people who work there to unusual pressures over the past two years, UWM researcher Abigail Phillips found.
The UR@UWM program gives soon-to-be Panthers a chance to participate in real university research while making friends, working with faculty and learning their way around.
The UWM Research Foundation has recently awarded Catalyst Grant funding totaling $150,000 for UWM research projects that focus on new treatments for human health.
The UWM Research Foundation has awarded a total of $178,220 to five UWM startups that are managed by faculty, students or staff and also have licensed intellectual property from the Research Foundation.
Dong-Fang Deng, professor of freshwater sciences at UWM, sought to find out what happens when fish ingest the tiny particles of plastic that increasingly litter our oceans and lakes.
Summer brings warm weather, sunshine and time to enjoy Wisconsin’s beautiful waters. Unfortunately, it can also bring potentially toxic blue green algae that can result in toxins harmful to humans and pets.
Companies are increasingly turning to automation to assist in the hiring process, but those algorithms could be causing harm, UWM researcher Noelle Chesley has found.