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.
On this episode of Curious Campus, we talk with the new captain of the UWM research vessel Neeskay and Harvey Bootsma, a professor at the School of Freshwater Sciences who often uses the ship.
On this edition of Curious Campus, UWM scientist Rebecca Klaper talks about the research being done by the School of Freshwater Sciences and the potential danger of nanomaterials.
This year’s Senior Excellence in Research Award have been exploring wide-ranging topics including machine learning, architecture, biology, medicine and the intersection of art and technology.
For many people, the cost of a device to help them hear what everyone else is hearing is too much to bear. Yi Hu, an associate professor of electrical engineering at UWM, is hoping to change that.
When it’s time to mate, the female Eastern gray tree frog goes to the pond, where hundreds of potential suitors await, each calling in wildly varying chirps. So how does she choose?
On this episode of Curious Campus, UWM distinguished professor Peter Dunn talks about birding and his research into the common yellowthroat.
This episode of Curious Campus explores body image and fitness, areas where stereotypes and misinformation abound and can cause great harm.