Research

Getting a grip on graphene

Getting a grip on graphene

A UWM research group has identified new characteristics in a sheet of graphene layered on top of a semiconductor.

UWM and partners awarded $25 million to image proteins with X-ray lasers

UWM and partners awarded $25 million to image proteins with X-ray lasers

UWM and partner institutions have landed a $25 million grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct work that could transform the study of diseases.

Light as medicine? UWM researchers explain how

Light as medicine? UWM researchers explain how

Scientists have known for years that light can heal, but they are only now uncovering exactly how it works, thanks in large part to three UWM faculty researchers.

Sign up for UWM S.A.F.E. Alert

Sign up for UWM S.A.F.E. Alert

Safety Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E.) Alert allows students, faculty, and staff to register to be notified via text message or email in the event of a campus emergency.

This is Campus Safety Week

This is Campus Safety Week

Safety Week features presentations from the UWM Police to discuss safety issues, campus patrols. Campus police will also provide safety handouts.

Researcher proposes recycling, rather than removing CO2 emissions

Researcher proposes recycling, rather than removing CO2 emissions

Recycling carbon dioxide into fuel would mean that fossil fuels could be used with little increase in greenhouse gas emissions.

Vietnamese grad student finds UWM challenging, rewarding

Vietnamese grad student finds UWM challenging, rewarding

Linh Pham, a PhD candidate in economics, envisions a career of research, teaching and volunteerism.

Fall Welcome 2013

Fall Welcome 2013

Matt And Kim along with Mac Miller rocked 2013′s PANTHERFEST as Fall Welcome came to a close. Did you make it into the video?

Super-surfaces suggested by nature

Super-surfaces suggested by nature

UWM’s Michael Nosonovsky is among those scientists who are approaching Technical problems through biomimicry – borrowing strategies from plants and animals.

Mixed races, mixed messages

Mixed races, mixed messages

A new book by UWM historian Greg Carter examines the way interracial relationships have been both demonized and praised in the U.S.