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American Family Insurance Data Science Institute awards $1 million in “mini grants” to advance data science
Nine teams of University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty and collaborators have been awarded nearly $1 million through the American Family Funding Initiative, a research competition for data science projects. “The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute …
As we all face the challenges of an economy hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, UW–Madison is getting #BadgersOnTrack by finding new ways to connect employers with our talented, dedicated students and recent graduates. Businesses and Badgers benefit from our easy-to-post micro-internships and job listings.
With many college internships canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic, a University of Wisconsin−Madison education researcher developed a new resource guide on a host of web-based alternatives for these important on-the-job learning opportunities. Matthew T. Hora, director of the Center for Research on College to Workforce Transitions (CCWT) and an assistant professor in the Division of Continuing Studies, designed the guide for colleges, students and employers.
In a webinar held on May 8, 2020 by the Wisconsin Tech Council Innovation Network, Chancellor Rebecca Blank emphasized the important role of major research universities such as UW–Madison in addressing a crisis such as COVID-19. She also recently co-wrote an opinion piece in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
COVID-19 Wisconsin Connect, a free desktop and mobile app developed by UW–Madison’s Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS), provides accurate information, helpful resources and social support to Wisconsinites. Because the app is locally designed, it allows users to both give and receive help within their communities while correcting state-specific misinformation trending on social media.
Chemists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are working to better understand how air quality fluctuations outside of a building affect the composition of air inside. The project is a collaboration between the Department of Chemistry and Johnson Controls, which works in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and smart building technology. Changes in indoor air pollution can lead to respiratory and cardiovascular diseases and cancer, and can also adversely affect pregnancies, according to the National Institutes of Health.
A major collaborative data science effort now underway at the University of Wisconsin–Madison to aid understanding and response to COVID-19 began with an email from a yoga instructor. Brian Yandell, interim director of the American Family …
A COVID-19 patient at UW Hospital has received the first transfusion of plasma from a local patient who donated it since recovering from the disease. The UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and …
Hospitals around the world are scrambling to secure enough personal protective equipment to safeguard their workers while treating COVID-19 patients, and manufacturers large and small are retooling their production lines to try to fill the …
With hand sanitizer in short supply around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy’s Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Station team is producing hand sanitizer for UW Health. Although the Zeeh Station focuses on supporting drug …
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