CALS targets federal bioenergy initiative

The University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is leading efforts to bring a new federal bioenergy research and development center to Wisconsin, the college's dean told a group of bioscience industry leaders today.

Judith Kimble Named AAAS Fellow

Professor Judith Kimble is among the 449 scientists and engineers to be awarded a fellowship from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), which were announced this week (Nov. 23). Read More

Biochemist earns research award

Mary Rabaglia, researcher in the Department of Biochemistry, Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research (Research Support). Rabaglia, a nationally known expert in pancreatic beta cell biology, has served as a well-respected researcher in the Alan Attie lab in the Department of Biochemistry for the past eight years.

Department welcomes Professor Doug Weibel

Douglas B. Weibel received his B.S. (Chemistry) degree from the University of Utah, a M.S. (Organic Chemistry) degree form Cornell University and then completed his Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry) work with Jerrold Meinwald at Cornell University. Since 2002 he has been a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University with George M. Whitesides. Doug's research interests are in …

Professor Laura Kiessling to be appointed as a Hilldale Professor

We are delighted to announce that Laura Kiessling will be appointed Hilldale Professor effective July 2006. A Hilldale Professor is one of the highest honors that a faculty member at UW can achieve, and Hilldale Professors are selected through an extremely competitive University wide process. This appointment is fitting and wonderful recognition for Laura’s outstanding …