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Smartphones to help cure disease, find new stars

Smartphones to help cure disease, find new stars

Android users can now boast of another capability on their smartphones and tablets: curing AIDS and discovering new stars.

Smartphones to help cure disease, discover new stars

Smartphones to help cure disease, discover new stars

Einstein@Home & IBM’s World Community Grid efforts among first to enable Android devices to contribute to cutting-edge research  Android users can now boast of another capability on their smartphones and tablets: curing AIDS and discovering new stars. That’s because, for the first time, owners of Android-based smartphones and tablets can now “donate” the surplus computing […]

IAMUWM: Joe Jarosz

IAMUWM: Joe Jarosz

IAMUWM: Lindsey Hill

IAMUWM: Lindsey Hill

IAMUWM: Dana Shannon

IAMUWM: Dana Shannon

UWM in the News: Week Ending July 18, 2013

NEWS A new way to see space – even its junk Phys.org – July 18, 2013 Professor David Kaplan (Physics) has explored an additional aspect of the telescope – its ability to track space junk, everything from defunct satellites to pieces resulting from collisions. The Water Council’s accelerator program chooses Milwaukee, French startups The Business […]

Ed Psych’s multicultural efforts win major APA award

UWM’s Educational Psychology program is one of three in the U.S. to win the Bersoff Presidential Award to Multicultural Program from the American Psychological Association.

Veterans hit the trail to raise awareness

Veterans hit the trail to raise awareness

With their “Veterans Trek,” Anthony Anderson and Tom Voss plan to walk from Milwaukee to Los Angeles,to raise awareness of veterans’ issues.

Zen and the art of architectural spaces

Zen and the art of architectural spaces

Sou Fujimoto has been awarded the fifth Marcus Prize for Architecture, a biennial award supported by the Marcus Corporation Foundation and administered by SARUP.

A new way to see space – even its junk

A new way to see space – even its junk

UWM astrophysicist has explored an additional aspect of a radio telescope to track space junk, from defunct satellites to collision fragments.