Researchers across the country will use the magnet to investigate molecular structure, motion, and interactions faster and at higher resolution than was previously possible.
Kimble received the Wiley Prize alongside her collaborators for their discovery of the stem cell niche.
Researchers in the Weeks Lab developed a new toolbox for scientists studying protein cleavage sites associated with cell death and other critical cellular processes.
Seven biochemistry majors share their reflections on study abroad programs and how their experiences beyond the classroom have enhanced their classroom education at UW—Madison.
New tools developed in the Coyle Lab offer scientists an innovative way to program how molecules are organized within a cell and to explore dynamics of cellular function by harnessing patterns of movement produced by bacterial proteins.
Chris Emfinger, a postdoctoral researcher in the Attie Lab, was named the 2023-24 recipient of the Boyer Award for Postdoctoral Excellence in Biochemistry.
Madisson Delebeck, an art and biochemistry double major, was spotlighted as a “notable grad” in a campus news story for her unusual pairing of academic interests.
Learn about the new art installation in the H. F. DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Building, “Connecting Paths,” by artist Chloris Lowe. The piece celebrates the past, present, and future of courtyard among the biochemical sciences buildings.
Professor James Ntambi has brought groups of undergraduate students to Uganda since 2002. More than 600 students have participated in these programs, which offer opportunities to explore public health, agriculture, medical care, and public policy.
Through his internship at LanzaTech, David Rivera-Kohr explored career possibilities to fulfill his research interests and passion for sustainability.