Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters features UWM researchers

The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters hosts a public lecture by a distinguished professor at UWM on Tuesday, March 25.

2014 UWM New Venture Business Plan Competition winners announced

UWM engineering student Alex Francis was awarded the $7,500 grand prize in the Competition

UWM planetarium director to fly in NASA observatory

UWM planetarium director to fly in NASA observatory

The largest moving observatory in the world will become a flying classroom for 24 teachers, including Jean Creighton.

A quick fix for spotting bacteria in water

A quick fix for spotting bacteria in water

Bacterial Aqua Sensor

An easier way to move your degree plan along

An easier way to move your degree plan along

Mesmer Andrew McConville, alumnus, design and visual communication/computer science William Barlas, senior, engineering Kyle Forsberg, senior, global studies Maximilian Felgenhauer, senior, computer science While he was a student at UWM, Andrew McConville wished there was an easier way to set up his classes. He and his faculty advisor relied on a paper checklist to ensure […]

Statewide high school science competition at UWM March 22

A showdown of the state’s top high school students in science, technology, engineering and math takes place at (UWM).

These images show the comparison between the simulated image transported through the researchers’ new optical fiber (top) and a commercially available endoscopy imaging fiber (bottom).(Image by Salman Karbasi)

Novel optical fibers transmit high-quality images

UWM engineers have found that their novel fiber architecture can transmit images with a quality that is comparable or better than commercial endoscopy imaging fibers.

These images show the comparison between the simulated image transported through the researchers’ new optical fiber (top) and a commercially available endoscopy imaging fiber (bottom).(Image by Salman Karbasi)

Novel optical fibers transmit high-quality images

Issued by: Laura L. Hunt, 414-229-6447, llhunt@uwm.edu 2/25/2014 MILWAUKEE – After having recently discovered a new way to propagate multiple beams of light through a single strand of optical fiber, engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) now have found that their novel fiber architecture can transmit images with a quality that is comparable or […]

The last beam goes up on the KIRC

The last beam goes up on the KIRC

Completion of the Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex (KIRC) is still a little more than a year away.

UW-Milwaukee alum named Microsoft CEO

UW-Milwaukee alum named Microsoft CEO

Satya Nadella is remembered at UW-Milwaukee as an extremely talented graduate student.