Author: Angela Schlobohm

By Tom Still Vannevar Bush is a giant of American science and technology whose name you’ve likely never read or heard … but probably should. An engineer, inventor and science administrator, Bush ran the World War II Office of Scientific Research and Development. He was a vice president and...

By Tom Still Whether it’s called a modern “Manhattan Project,” or a medical moon shot, the concept of long-term economic recovery rests on how confident people are they won’t risk serious illness by venturing forth in public again. Wisconsin stands to be a significant part of such...

Scientists at UW-Madison are exploring a new potential avenue for cancer treatment that could prove less expensive than existing therapies.  In a recent study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Professor Seungpyo Hong and postdoctoral researcher Woo-jin Jeong detailed the design for a...