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What AI Doesn’t Know

As the world becomes increasingly dependent on AI, Sharon Li researches how these systems respond in the face of blind spots. Her findings could be a matter of life or death.

Spring 2024
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A roundup of the latest happenings on campus in UW–Madison's College of Letters & Science

Spring 2024
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How do humans and nature interact at a border?

Graduate student Emily Mather is part of a team looking to maximize agricultural land by making space for solar panels.

Spring 2024
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A roundup of the latest happenings on campus in UW–Madison's College of Letters & Science

Fall 2023
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Can farmland be used to mitigate climate change?

Graduate student Emily Mather is part of a team looking to maximize agricultural land by making space for solar panels.

Fall 2023
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The Fabric of Our Origins

In the quest to understand our beginnings, researchers have forged partnerships with colleagues in South Africa and are uncovering answers and opening new scientific frontiers.

Fall 2018
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Flock Song

In fall, songbirds make a joyful noise. UW neuroscientists are studying starlings for insights into the brain’s natural motivation and reward systems.

Fall 2022
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Can Wisconsin’s forests be managed for carbon?

PhD student Bailey Murphy ponders whether Wisconsin’s forests can be managed for carbon.

Fall 2022
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A Mysterious Kingdom

From mushrooms to mildews, fungi form the webs of life. UW experts are working to expand our knowledge of these life forms.

Spring 2022
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How does life begin?

PhD student Lena Vincent pursues the biggest question in her research on the chemical origins of life.

Spring 2022