When UWM’s Engineering & Mathematical Sciences building opened in 1971, many of its 13 floors were dark and segmented into individual rooms. After a two-year renovation of the ninth and 10th floors, the new spaces, designated for research, are hardly recognizable.
The collaboration is designed to train a new generation of researchers by pairing classroom training with hands-on experience as students work alongside mentors from the Cancer Center.
Eight UWM students won awards recognizing their excellence in research into health, space and other important issues.
Advancements in electric vehicle battery packs, lithium extraction methods and cancer treatment are among the projects funded through the UWM Research Foundation’s Catalyst Grant program this year.
The effects of experiencing a traumatic event vary widely, sometimes affecting victims with severe PTSD. UWM neuroscientist Christine Larson is exploring why.
The study, led by UWM researcher Keith A. Dookeran, found disproportionately higher effects among white newborns whose mothers are Medicaid enrollees and have the lowest income.
Michael Pauers, an associate professor in the College of General Studies, has been involved in identifying nine of the 11 known species of cichlids, a popular aquarium fish. He’s found them in Lake Malawi, in southeastern Africa.
A double major in art history and psychology, Maggie Kennedy has been digging into the ways that art has reflected the workings of the brain.
A research team at UWM has found new information that points to the reason why estrogen therapy helps only some women. The answer may lie in the genes.
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.