WARF in the News

New fuel cell concept brings biological design to better electricity generation

10.3.18 | UW–Madison News | Mark E. Griffin
Fuel cells have long been viewed as a promising power source. But most fuel cells are too expensive, inefficient, or both.

Addressing our biggest challenges — and mysteries — at the Wisconsin Science Festival

10.3.18 | UW–Madison News
Among the hundreds of events offered around the state during the Wisconsin Science Festival are four in-depth discussions on some of the most significant challenges science is addressing.

New funding opportunity supports research into contemporary social problems

10.2.18 | UW–Madison News | Natasha Kassulke
At least $1 million is available from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education (OVCRGE) to support UW–Madison’s new Contemporary Social Problems Initiative.

InsideWis: Fear of technology not new, but history says humans prevail

9.20.18 | Wisconsin Technology Council | Tom Still
Admit it: Somewhere in the back of your head, you’re worried that Artificial Intelligence will somehow triumph over your own Above-Average Intelligence.

Construction begins on $133 million revamp of Chemistry Building

9.17.18 | UW–Madison News | Eric Hamilton
By the time they graduate, more than half of the students at UW–Madison will have taken a chemistry course, a demonstration of the central role chemistry plays in preparing students for their careers.

UW2020: WARF Discovery Initiative is open for round five proposals

9.11.18 | UW–Madison News | Natasha Kassulke
The OVCRGE invites researchers to submit multi-investigator proposals to join the 66 projects already funded through the UW2020: WARF Discovery Initiative.

Initiative focuses on advanced technology innovations in biomanufacturing

9.6.18 | UW–Madison News | David Tenenbaum
A $750,000 grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. announced today (Sept. 6) establishes the Forward BIO Initiative, a collaborative effort to make Wisconsin a recognized center of excellence for biomanufacturing.

Explore nearly 200 events statewide at the Wisconsin Science Festival

9.6.18 | Morgridge News | Courtni Kopietz
From food science and viruses to data visualization and climate change, there’s something for everyone at the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival, held Oct. 11-14 this year.

New round of ‘cluster hires’ announced

9.6.18 | UW–Madison New | Käri Knutson
UW-Madison is continuing its commitment to interdisciplinary research with the announcement of four new cluster hires.

UW-La Crosse professor inspires innovation

8.26.18 | La Crosse Tribune
Innovative ideas come from all corners of Wisconsin. UW-La Crosse Professor Rob McGaff enjoys demonstrating this concept to his general chemistry students.