Wednesday Nite @ the Lab

The New Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center - Ep. 107

Timothy Donohue, Principal Investigator, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, UW-Madison.

The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) conducts fundamental, genomics-based research to remove bottlenecks in the biofuel pipeline. The GLBRC develops sustainable bioenergy practices, and educates society, scientists and biomass producers about bioenergy issues.

YOUR Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene: More Than...

Charles Brokopp, Director, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene.

The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH) was founded in 1903. Today, the WSLH continues to provide vital laboratory services (reference testing, teaching, research and outreach) that exemplify the "Wisconsin Idea." YOUR public health and environmental laboratory quietly impacts the lives of everyone in Wisconsin.

Stem Cells and the Heart: Hype or Hope for Regenerative...

Timothy Kamp, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, UW-Madison Medical School

See how a new understanding of cardiac biology allows stem cells to become heart cells through cardiac regenerative medicine designed to combat heart disease.

Across Kingdoms and Across Campus: Perspectives from a...

Molly Jahn, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, UW-Madison

The history of the University of Wisconsin-Madison dating back to the first dean in 1880 through today and plans for the future of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

The Science of Halloween Candy - Ep. 103

Rich Hartel, Professor, Department of Food Science, UW - Madison

Rich Hartel gives an interactive lecture about candy, how it's made, and the science behind it all

How Computer Games Help Children Learn - Ep. 102

David Williamson Shaffer, Associate Professor, Departments of Educational Psychology and Curriculum and Instruction, UW - Madison

David explains how he believes children can learn important and necessary life skills through playing computer games

Studying Tropical Cyclones with Satellites - Ep. 101

Howard Berger, Associate Researcher, Space Science and Engineering Center, UW-Madison

Howard Berger discusses the use of satellites to study tropical storms, his team's research on hurricanes, and lastly the issue of global climate changes in relation to tropical cyclones.

Satellites Over Wisconsin – Ep. 714

Steve Ackerman, a professor in the Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences at UW-Madison, discusses the historical significance of UW-Madison in satellite meteorology, explores how we use satellites today and looks at what is coming in the future.

Viruses in Groundwater

Kenneth Bradbury, program leader in Hydrogeology at the Wisconsin Geological & National History Survey, plumbs the depths of our groundwater to detect and track viruses that can contaminate our drinking water.

The June 5, 2012 Transit of Venus

Sanjay Limaye, senior scientist at the Space Science & Engineering Center at UW-Madison, discusses the unusual occurrence of the transit, or eclipse, of Venus. Occurring in pairs separated by eight years, the transit occurs when Earth and Venus are situated in their orbital positions just right, every 115 years.

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