UWM study: Golden vehicle for drug delivery has hidden costs

UWM study: Golden vehicle for drug delivery has hidden costs

A recent UWM study has found that while engineered gold nanoparticles are attractive for smart drug delivery, they come with a downside: great potential to disrupt a woman’s fertility.

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7 reasons UWM is tops for LGBT+ education

7 reasons UWM is tops for LGBT+ education

Seven reasons why the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a Top 50 LGBT+ Friendly University, as recognized by the national nonprofit Campus Pride.

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Mone details response to proposed budget cuts

Mone details response to proposed budget cuts

Gov. Scott Walker has proposed cutting the University of Wisconsin System budget by $300 million over two years; UW-Milwaukee’s share of that is estimated at $40 million. Here are some things to know about the budget situation.

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Passion project: UWM grad finds her sweet spot with Indulgence Chocolatiers

Passion project: UWM grad finds her sweet spot with Indulgence Chocolatiers

Julie Waterman was a senior at UWM when she turned a passion for quality chocolate into a business.

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Flood smiles along with UCF students after the successful completion of two prosthetic hands. Photo provided by Frankie Flood.

UWM prints 3-D hands for Mexican children’s hospital

Sixty-seven 3-D-printed prosthetic hands are on the way to impoverished children in Mexico thanks in part to UW-Milwaukee associate professor Frankie Flood.

UWM’s Science Bag rocks out in March

UWM’s Science Bag rocks out in March

Whatever rock genre you’re into – classic rock, soft rock or alternative rock, the Badger state has all three. But they’re not on your iPod – they lie just beneath your feet.

Students Monea Warrington, Bryce Stevenson, Destany Cancel and Celine Gabriel are learning to speak, read and write in Anishinaabe. They’re also learning about the culture. (Photo by Sara Nelson)

At UWM, students speak Milwaukee’s native language

UWM has worked to build a strong American Indian Studies program, in which students can learn Anishinaabe, the ancient language that gave Milwaukee its name.

Junhong Chen displays a disk containing thousands of sensors made from a "tunable" material he created. The sensors can be used to detect a many targets. (Photo by Troye Fox)

UWM sensor could make detecting Ebola as easy as spitting

Junhong Chen, a UWM professor of mechanical and materials engineering, will use a sensor platform he created to detect water contamination to make the low-cost virus sensor.

5 UWM projects that could improve your health

5 UWM projects that could improve your health

Addressing today’s most pressing heath care concerns is the day-to-day work of UWM research faculty in chemistry, public health, social work and even information technology.

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