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UW Oshkosh received $14,830 from University of Wisconsin System Applied Research grant program for year two of “Exploration of Bioactive Compounds from Wisconsin Cranberries [...]
Michelle Michalski, biology/microbiology, will attend an intensive training session in nematode morphology at the Museum of Natural History in Paris. The training, scheduled for Oc[...]
UW Oshkosh has received a $6,000 supplement from the National Science Foundation for “The Cytochrome bf Complex: Role in Redox Regulation and Function of the Quinone-Reductas[...]
UW Oshkosh has received $44,950 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for “Wisconsin Beach Monitoring” in Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Iron and Kew[...]
UW Oshkosh microbiology students will test waters at Menominee Park beach for E. coli in time for swimming season. Read more at thenorthwestern.com.[...]
The Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health has given $20,434 to UW Oshkosh for “Molecular Basis of Infectivity or Brugia malayi microfilariae.&[...]
UW Oshkosh has received $2,000 from Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department for “Dunes Lake Monitoring.” Greg Kleinheinz and Colleen McDermott (both of Biolo[...]
When school lets out for the summer, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members stay busy with their own studies, tackling such research topics as street photography, biograph[...]
UW Oshkosh has received $21,906 from University of Wisconsin System Applied Research grant program for “Exploration of Bioactive Compounds from Wisconsin Cranberries and Grap[...]