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The prestigious online journal Science Thursday published research by a team of scientists including two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh chemists that sheds light on the structure [...]
There is typically a significant distinction between fine artists and computer programmers, but University of Wisconsin Oshkosh fine arts major Nick Pierson, of Appleton, counts hi[...]
When graduate nursing student Molly Schumacher approached University of Wisconsin Oshkosh assistant professor Paula McNiel with an interest in researching cancer treatment, McNiel [...]
UW Oshkosh biology graduate student Michelle Sonsalla, of Baraboo, is working on a project that could lead to a treatment for obesity in humans.[...]
The prestigious, peer-reviewed journal Nature Geoscience today published a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh geologist’s research involving tiny grains of sand that suggest a signifi[...]
Those small, uncomfortable seats had to go. Students surveying with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Business Success Center kept hearing potential visitors to The Grand Opera[...]
UW Oshkosh student Alyssa Herman is using poetic analysis to unlock the emotions of friendship and love preserved in a 1849 poem by Alfred Tennyson.[...]
A UW Oshkosh geographer is using a new method for gathering geographic data known as photomapping to document transportation challenges in the Fox Valley.[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Tre Blohm traveled to Ukraine this summer to collect ancient bones from a dark, cramped cave. Blohm and the rest of his team split up the man[...]
Senior geology student Phillip Kaltenbach, of Oshkosh, is working with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh assistant professor Benjamin Hallett to try a new technique for understanding[...]