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By Laura L. Hunt on June 22, 2012
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have identified a new fuel cell catalyst that costs 5% of the industry-standard platinum catalyst.
By Mary Rinzel on June 11, 2012
An unprecedented partnership between UWM and Johnson Controls Inc., the world’s leading supplier of automotive batteries.
By Laura L. Hunt on June 4, 2012
UWM biochemist Xiaohua Peng has developed compounds that can “recognize” and release active drugs only to cancer cells.
By Beth Stafford on May 28, 2012
Jung Kwak collaborated on the documentary that put the spotlight on how ill-prepared Americans are in making end-of-life decisions.
By Mary Rinzel on May 3, 2012
This spring’s extraordinary weather prompted early blooms and many phone calls to UWM Distinguished Professor of Geography Mark D. Schwartz.
By Kathy Quirk on April 25, 2012
Women who smoke in pregnancy may be more likely to have a child with high-functioning autism.
By Laura L. Hunt on April 13, 2012
UWM scientists and engineers have discovered an entirely new carbon-based material.
By Laura L. Hunt on April 3, 2012
In testing the effects of bisphenol A (BPA) on zebrafish, UWM scientist Daniel Weber found himself in familiar territory.
By Carolyn Bucior on March 27, 2012
Lisa Berger’s research on energy drinks and their consumption in Milwaukee markets appeared in a recent issue of Addictive Behaviors.