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From performances in orchestral recordings captured in St. Petersburg, Russia, to contributions to textbooks updating students on the global AIDS epidemic to designs crafted for on[...]
Tiny blue-green algae have big potential for using the sun’s energy to turn carbon waste into biojet fuel, according to University of Wisconsin Oshkosh researchers.[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Stephanie Spehar recently traveled to the East Kalimantan region of Borneo where she helped compile research that showed orangutans spen[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students taking an addictions counseling course will be showcasing their team prevention/intervention research at the first Addictions Poster Sympos[...]
For centuries, humans have been fascinated and puzzled by pi — the mathematical ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alum[...]
Each Sunday, many of the 40 million Americans who attend church are hoping to hear a sermon that will inspire them to make meaningful change in their lives. But 95 percent of all s[...]
The seventh volume of Oshkosh Scholar has been released, and showcases the work of eleven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students whose research essays were published in the editi[...]
Eleven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students were honored with awards for their scholarly efforts at the Celebration of Scholarship last month.[...]
In theory, math should be fun, right? “Yes” is most definitely the answer if you ask Ken Price, associate math professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and his[...]
Sitha Thor developed a curiosity: Did his mother’s and relatives’ Hmong medicinal plants — “green” medicines — actually harbor antiviral propert[...]