Getting sensitive with African clawed frogs

Getting sensitive with African clawed frogs

In David Heathcote’s lab, an African frog is helping uncover the details of how our human senses develop.

NIH grant supports UWM research into treatment for asthma that may reduce side effects

The National Institutes of Health have awarded UWM chemist nearly $2 million to develop a new drug therapy for asthma that reduces the potential for adverse effects.

The research team investigating a new treatment for asthma are Douglas Stafford (from left), director of the Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery; Alexander Arnold, assistant professor; and Distinguished Professor James Cook. They are using equipment at the new Southeastern Wisconsin Applied Chemistry Center for Excellence. (Photo by Troye Fox)

UWM Research Foundation announces nine new Catalyst Grants

Nine new research projects, including developments for a new cancer therapy and a high-power density battery to continue medical operations during power outages, have received Catalyst Grant funding from the UWM Research Foundation.

UWM students drive a second TEDx experience for Milwaukee

UWM students drive a second TEDx experience for Milwaukee

It’s no surprise that three friends would act on their passions and decide to organize a Milwaukee TEDx conference at UWM.

UWM Research Foundation announces nine new Catalyst Grants

Nine new research projects, including developments for a new cancer therapy and a high-power density battery to continue medical operations during power outages, have received Catalyst Grant funding from the UWM Research Foundation.

UWM’s Innovation Campus taps high-performance computing resource at the Milwaukee Institute

Innovation Campus tenants Brooks Stevens and Concordia University will be the first organizations to use the services provided by the Milwaukee Institute.

UWM’s Innovation Campus taps high-performance computing resource at the Milwaukee Institute

UWM’s Innovation Campus taps high-performance computing resource at the Milwaukee Institute

Innovation Campus tenants Brooks Stevens and Concordia University will be the first organizations to use the services provided by the Milwaukee Institute.

Computer simulation of two black holes merging into one, and the release of energy in the form of gravitational waves. Photo credit Bernd Brügmann, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics.

InCommon expands support for international research through pilot with UW-Milwaukee

The pilot will enable astronomers worldwide to log into three UWM-based services.

Computer simulation of two black holes merging into one, and the release of energy in the form of gravitational waves. Photo credit Bernd Brügmann, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics.

InCommon expands support for international research through pilot with UW-Milwaukee

The pilot will enable astronomers worldwide to use their local campus credentials to log into three UWM-based services.

Innovation Campus taps high-performance computing at the Milwaukee Institute

Innovation Campus taps high-performance computing at the Milwaukee Institute

The UWM Foundation and the Milwaukee Institute today announced their partnership for high-speed computing (HSC) resources at UWM’s new Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa.