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.

UWM physicists’ technology used in early malaria detection

UWM physicists’ technology used in early malaria detection

State-of-the-art military hardware quickly identifies malaria parasites in blood samples as small as a single cell.

UWM physicists’ technology used in early malaria detection

State-of-the-art military hardware quickly identifies malaria parasites in blood samples as small as a single cell.

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

The device allows anyone with a loss of fine motor skills to go about their daily routines and maintain independence.

Yaoyi Li (foreground) and Mingxing Chen, UWM physics postdoctoral researchers, display an image of a ribbon of graphene 1 nanometer wide. In the image, achieved with a scanning-tunneling microscope, atoms are visible as “bumps.”

With ‘ribbons’ of graphene, width matters

A group of researchers UWM has found a novel way to “tune” the the extremely efficient conductor of electricity to act as a semiconductor.

Rain cisterns complete campus ‘runoff’ garden

Rain cisterns complete campus ‘runoff’ garden

Over the past year, Jim Wasley has overseen the construction of 20-foot cisterns, the final phase of a storm water garden on campus.