Seth Dailey, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, UW-Madison.
Seth Dailey discusses procedures for voice, swallowing and airway disorders, looking at technological advances for aging populations. He also focuses specifically on practical, awake exercises for use in the office.
Richard Davidson, Director, Center for Investigating Healthy Minds, UW-Madison.
Richard Davis discusses his research into how individuals may train their brains and cultivate positive emotional responses to stimuli. He also explains how he channels this research into the context of aging.
Heidi Goodrich-Blair, Professor, Department of Bacteriology, UW-Madison.
Heidi Goodrich-Blair discusses the molecular basis of symbiotic associations between bacteria and invertebrate animals. She explains this concept within several planes, from the cellular level to the evolutionary level.
Elizabeth French, Research Assistant , Department of Dairy Science, UW-Madison.
Elizabeth French discusses the concept of rumen fatty acids in milk and the microbiology of the rumen themselves. She also highlights some new research on these fatty acids.
Yuri Danilov, Senior Scientist, Department of orthopedics, UW-Madison.
Yuri Danilov shares his research of the brain and the neuron, it's most sophisticated element.
Neil Binkley Department of Medicine and
Institute on Aging, UW Madison.
Neil Binkley delves into the history and health benefits of Vitamin D. Find out which foods contain Vitamin D and how the way foods are prepared can change the amount.
Phil Pellitteri, Distinguished Faculty Associate, Insect Diagnostic Lab, UW Madison.
Phil Pellitteri discusses how changes in climate, invasive non-native insects, and land use patterns are all responsible for bringing new insect species into Wisconsin. He talks about some of the new insect residents in the state and their impact.
Kent Dickerson, Field Coordinator for the Wisconsin Historical Society Museum Archaeology Program.
Kent Dickerson shares archaeological discoveries from late Paleo-indian through late woodland eras at the Skeleton bridge site on the banks of Daggets Creek in Winnebago County, Wisconsin.
Gregg Vanderheiden Ph.D., Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, UW-Madison.
Gregg Venderheiden highlights an analysis tool that allows web producers to identify and fix content that could invoke seizures in people with photosensitive seizure disorders. He also talks about building access directly into the internet infrastructure to address physical accessibility issues.
Dr. Jeremy Foltz, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics.
Dr. Foltz talks about his recent work in Mali studying agricultural technology innovation and adoption. He presents some recent successes and on-going challenges in increasing agricultural production and food security in West Africa in light of the recent run-up in world food prices.