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USDA, UW–Madison break ground on a new dairy research facility

Upon its scheduled completion in 2027 on a 42-acre site in Prairie du Sac, the new U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center facility and its associated buildings will house robotic milking systems, chambers for measuring greenhouse gas emissions, an advanced animal nutrition unit and state-of-the-art laboratories for agronomy and dairy science, as well as offices and a visitor center.

Develop your ROADMAP to a fulfilling, successful career

Register to join author and strategist Andrew L. Shafer, for a 2-week (June 17-26) course to help you reach professional success informed by your strengths and personal interests. Sponsored by UW’s Technology Entrepreneurship Office.

Study from UW–Madison’s Padilla shows ketogenic diet could combat age-related neuromuscular dysfunction

The study was published in the June issue of the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging.

Shamya Karumbaiah awarded American Family Insurance funding for research on bias in artificial intelligence

Professor Karumbaiah is among nine campus PIs whose projects were awarded funding in the latest round of the American Family Funding Initiative, a unique sponsored research partnership between American Family Insurance and UW–Madison through the Data Science Institute.

Tulio de Oliveria headlines next Steenbock Lectures

UW–Madison's Biochemistry Department and the Global Health Institute invite you to the July 1 & 2 Steenbock Lecture Series, featuring Time Health 100 recipient Tulio de Oliveira, director of Stellenbosch University's Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation. He shares insights on the importance of global health security, including the impacts of identifying both the Beta & Omicron variants of Covid-19.

Unbreakable Ceilings: (WSB) Study Reveals Startling Truth Behind Sluggish Progress on Gender Equity

Despite concerted efforts to promote gender diversity in traditionally male-dominated fields, progress remains sluggish. Wisconsin School of Business assistant professor of Management and Human Resources, Jirs Meuris, has found out why.

Wisconsin School of Business hosts its first-ever symposium on AI in marketing

The national conference, “Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Marketing,” was a “one-of-its-kind AI conference that focuses on modern AI methods and its implications for marketing research.

Reducing risk to public health and patient safety by improving antibiotic prescribing practices in cellulitis

Dr. Michael Pulia, associate professor with tenure at the BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, as well as Director of Emergency Medicine Antimicrobial Stewardship, is working to understand and improve the diagnosis of these conditions, as highlighted by two recent publications in the Journal of the American Medical Association Network of medical journals.

Wisconsin Farming: Insights from the 2022 Census OF Agriculture

Every five years, the USDA undertakes a detailed inventory of farming operations across the country. The most recent, the 2022 Census of Agriculture, aims to provide a detailed snapshot of the nation’s farming economy, including information on farm demographics, production practices, land use and economic trends. Here is an overview of recent trends in Wisconsin farming using the Census of Agriculture.

Changing the outcome: Peers are key to reentry success

Along with the Division of Extension, researchers, students and educators at UW–Madison, two formerly incarcerated men, use their experience to help others successfully return and stay in their community.