Both the Washington Post and the New York Times consulted a database on a UWM professor’s website for information on some recent hurricanes.
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.
James Cook, UWM distinguished professor, has been awarded the Hector F. DeLuca Scientific Achievement Award from BioForward Wisconsin. The award recognizes Cook’s scientific leadership and contributions to the state’s biohealth industry.
Charter Steel implemented an idea proposed by a UWM student team that figured out a way for the company to reduce the cost of a heat-treatment cycle used to produce a particular steel.
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.
J. Val Klump, former dean and a professor emeritus of the School of Freshwater Sciences at UW-Milwaukee, recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Association for Great Lakes Research, the association’s highest accolade.
On this episode of Curious Campus, we talk with the new interim captain of the UWM research vessel Neeskay and Harvey Bootsma, a professor at the School of Freshwater Sciences who often uses the ship.
The Center for Water Policy at the UWM School for Freshwater Sciences has named Laura M. Suppes as the 2022-23 Water Policy Scholar. Suppes is an associate professor in public health and environmental studies at UW-Eau Claire.