BME Undergraduate Design Poster Session Fall 2017

The Biomedical Engineering Department invites everyone to visit a poster session that includes demonstrations of prototype devices presented by biomedical engineering undergraduate students. This expo summarizes the 61 design projects that teams of biomedical engineering students are conducting for …

Medical Imaging Forum

Wisconsin is home to a number of top-tier medical imaging research institutions, world-class hospitals, and industry leaders. Join BioForward and Morgridge Institute for Research for a half-day event devoted to showcasing one of Wisconsin’s major strengths and learn how Wisconsin …

Mapping the Universe with New Radio Telescopes

What is the nature of the inflation process that started the Big Bang expansion of the Universe? What is the Dark Energy that is causing that expansion to accelerate? And what is the origin of the recently discovered `fast radio …

Special Friday Night Edition of “Wednesday Nite @ The Lab”

Although technically located in a desert, the Great Sphinx of Egypt is also within the Nile River floodplain in Egypt. Wicking shallow groundwater has left its mark in weathering the Sphinx. Groundwater modeling was used to help design a dewatering …

Selling Your Science: Career Panel

Are you wondering how you can communicate your technical and lab skills to a professional audience? Students in STEM majors especially in the biosciences will be interested in this event. Come learn ways to improve you resume, LinkedIn profile, and …

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

This workshop is an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and ArcGIS 10.3 software. Students will map demographic data from the US Census using ArcMap software.

To secure 1 of the 20 seats in this workshop, students must pre-register by …

2016 Energy Hub Conference

The theme of this year’s conference is Sustainable Architecture. We will cover topics like integrating clean energy generation, energy efficiency in buildings, relevant policies and incentives, and emerging technologies.
We will have speakers from SunPeak, Epic, Michaels Energy, MG&E, and …

Focus on new faculty: Younghyun Kim keeps medical implants safe and secure

Implantable medical devices such as pacemakers are becoming smarter and smarter—and that gives physicians and patients unprecedented capabilities to track and monitor their health.

But the computational capabilities of implanted devices also leaves them vulnerable to malicious attacks—and in such …

Art and Technology Inspired by Nature

Explore how nature inspires new technologies and art. Peter Krsko, UW-Madison Arts Institute’s Spring 2017 Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence will present his work ranging from microscopic art on the level of unicellular organisms to large-scale public art imitating biological communities. …

Wisconsin Science Festival

Marvel at a nebula, peek into a microscope…your imagination will take flight at the Wisconsin Science Festival! In Madison and around the state, the festival welcomes people of all ages to look, listen, feel, touch, taste and discover the wonders …