Lab director Jian Zhao says UWM’s hologram table takes group planning, design and research collaborations to a new level.
Architect James Wasley designed a rainwater fountain that recirculates and cleans runoff, and enhances Milwaukee’s Harbor District.
Arijit Sen leads the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Field School, an ongoing project that gets architecture students involved with local Milwaukee neighborhoods.
David Petering and his lab have devised a new protein separation method that maintains protein structure and activity.
Stuart Moulthrop explores early interactive literature and how user experience changes across technology platforms.
Avik Chakrabarti, associate professor of economics, researches the unforeseen and indirect costs of companies outsourcing work abroad.
Political scientist Sara Benesh examines how and why Supreme Court justices step into the public eye, from Sesame Street to commencement addresses.
Colleen Janczewski combs through the records of 7,000 children referred to the state’s Child Protective Services to identify the families most in need of help.
Maria Haigh and Wonchan Choi are developing better ways to spot and expose bogus news by exploring fact-checking methods in the United States, Korea and Ukraine.
Students and faculty record the stories of Milwaukee congregations on a new website.
Performance artist Portia Cobb tells the story of freed slaves who lived on one of South Carolina’s Sea Islands.
Methods borrowed from meteorologists could help doctors more accurately predict ruptures in weak blood vessels.
Spiders may be smarter than you think. Black widows make mental maps of their webs to help them find food.
Fascinated by his childhood aquarium, Mike Pauers has devoted himself to documenting new varieties of the popular ornamental fish called Labeotropheus.
The days when Lake Michigan teemed with yellow perch are gone, but UWM’s aquaculture efforts are restoring the species. The work could reduce a U.S. seafood trade deficit that’s reached $14 billion.
UWM researcher Erin Winkler knows it’s difficult to speak with children about race and racism, but she says it’s vital we do so.
Modern-day students come from many types of cultural backgrounds. UWM and Milwaukee Public Schools are teaming up to help teachers respect those cultures while promoting academics and overall well-being.
The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study will follow more than 10,000 children across the country, providing valuable information on helping young people become successful adults.
American voters who are both religious and scientifically literate don’t fit today’s political narrative, making their decisions hard to predict.
Junhong Chen’s work is among the top 1 percent of most-cited research papers in the materials science field over the past 11 years.