Michael Notaro, an associate scientist at the Center for Climatic Research at UW-Madison, talks about global climate change, climate models and the impact on Wisconsin. He discusses the interaction between climate change and the growing season.
Dick Lathrop, Research Scientist, Wisconsin DNR
Richard "Dick" Lathrop outlines potential impacts of Wisconsin's changing climate and in general warming of the earth.
Dan Vimont, Assistant Professor, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison
Dan Vimont explains what to expect from climate changes, even as small as two to six degrees. He also covers adaptations to these changes.
Constance Steinkuehler, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
Just what are kids learning from online video games? Teachers, parents, grandparents, and gaming aficionados alike should have an interest in digital learning. Massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) may be among the most promising new teaching methods.
Michael Gould, Professor of Oncology, Department of Genetics, UW-Madison
Breast cancer genetics is the focus of Dr. Gould's laboratory. The goal of the research is to provide a better understanding of the role of modifier genes in breast cancer risk and also provide targets for anti-cancer drug development. Learn about how it's being achieved.
Wan-Ju Li, Assistant Professor, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Biomedical Engineering, UW-Madison
Dr. Wan-Ju Li explains what tissue engineering is and its relation to the cure of diseases in orthopedics. He discusses his work of engineering and growing tissue in a laboratory setting.
Ed Lyon, Senior Outreach Specialist, Department of Horticulture, UW-Madison
Allen Centennial Gardens is a 2.5 acre gem on the UW-Madison campus. New director of the Gardens Ed Lyon brings a new vision for Allen Centennial. This talk explains the history of the Gardens, discusses changing trends and audiences and defines Lyon's vision of how the Gardens will adapt to meet new needs.
Kirk Hogan, Md, Department of Anesthesiology, UW-Madison
Anesthesia more than any other medical specialty is characterized by polypharmacy, with up to 10 drugs used for the healthiest patient for simple procedure, to over 25 drugs required for the care of very ill patients having complex surgeries. Anesthesia is at the forefront of the translation of pharmacogenetic insights to the bedside.
Noah Feinstein, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, UW-Madison
Noah Feinstein discusses how people learn about science and health as well as the personal importance of gaining this knowledge.
Pao K. Wang, Professor, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison
Atmospheric clouds have great impact on the global climate process. Cloud formation is also closely related to the aerosol in the atmosphere. Learn about fundamental cloud and aerosol interactions and how they may impact the global climate process.