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Humans May Reverse a 50 Million Year Climate Trend After Just Two Centuries
50 million years ago, the world started cooling. The industrial revolution marked the beginning of the end of this climate trend.
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Republicans Want to Expel College Kids for Heckling
A new state bill would force the University of Wisconsin to punish students for protesting and heckling speakers.
Meet the Farm Hackers Working to Make Growing Food More Efficient
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are working out ways to make the farm of the future as efficient as possible.
Why Future Microprocessors May Ditch Silicon for Carbon
For the first time a carbon nanotube transistor significantly outperformed a silicon transistor, paving the way for faster phones and computers.
In Joe Pavelski, the Sharks Have Finally Found the Captain They've Been Waiting For
Pavelski was an unheralded prospect taken in the seventh round. Now, more than a decade later, he's one of the NHL's top players—and still unheralded.
The Dairy State’s Master Cheesemaker Won’t Answer Your Emails
Gary Grossen, the master cheesemaker at the University of Wisconsin, lives and breathes cheese—so much so that it's nearly impossible to reach him by cell phone or email.
Scientists Are Genetically Modifying Their Way to New Types of Beer
From brews to biofuels, this new method for making hybrid yeasts will have its perks.
The Processor in the iPhone 6 Could Cost Apple $862 Million
A jury says Apple infringed on a computer processor patent awarded to the University of Wisconsin in 1998.
Nigel Hayes, You Can't Fool Us
We're not buying that Wisconsin basketball player Nigel Hayes "accidentally" called a woman beautiful in a press conference
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