UW Astro in Nature: How Blue Stragglers Stay Young

A study on how mysterious blue straggler stars stay young by Department Chair Bob Mathieu and UW alumnus Aaron Geller in the October 20 edition of Nature.

Oct.20.2011 | Continue Reading »

Kelley Hess Balances Science and Sport

UW-Madison Ph.D. Kelley Hess successfully manages to balance science and sport.

Oct.14.2011 | Continue Reading »

UW Astro in Nature: Our Turbulent Galaxy

The journal Nature features the work of two UW Department of Astronomy scientists on turbulence in the interstellar medium.

Oct.13.2011 | Continue Reading »

CIRTL Network Expands

Robert Mathieu, Department chair and co-founder of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, talks about efforts to expand CIRTL.

Oct.12.2011 | Continue Reading »

Astro Technology Applied to Dermatology

Astronomy professor Andrew Sheinis looks at the skin cancer assessment potential of astronomical technology in this August 2011 Science & Vie interview (translated from French).

Oct.05.2011 | Continue Reading »

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