UWM grad Ellen Censky has been chosen as president and chief executive officer of the Milwaukee Public Museum. Censky has been serving in those roles on an interim basis since the resignation of Dennis Kois in September 2018.
Nearly two years after a detecting gravitational waves from a neutron star collision, three detectors have found waves from two other such sources. UWM researchers are an integral part of the effort.
UWM faculty Linda Whittingham and Peter Dunn have been awarded the 2019 Elliott Coues Award from the American Ornithological Society.
A team led by Marius Schmidt, UWM professor of physics, co-authored a paper about the first test of an imaging device that showed the structural changes of an enzyme as it rendered an antibiotic useless.
National Science Foundation’s Science and Technology Center includes researchers from nine institutions, including UWM. NSF has just renewed $22.5 million funding forBioXFEL so members will continue work they began in 2013.
More than 600 scientists from a range of disciplines will gather at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to discuss a host of topics involving all kinds of animals, from communication strategies to mating preferences, at the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society Aug. 3-6.
Dawn Erb, an associate professor of physics at UWM, led a team whose study could shed light on how galaxies form stars and grow.
The UWM team sent plasmids up on a rocket to discover how cosmic radiation affects DNA. The results were surprising.
UWM’s David Kaplan is part of a research team that has shown that yet another prediction by Albert Einstein 100 years ago holds up, even in some extreme conditions in deep space.
What happens to the human retina at the cellular level when it’s exposed to the hyperglycemic conditions of diabetes? No known imaging technique has been able to show such biochemical changes – until now.