Photo of Laura Kiessling
May 02, 2007

Laura Kiessling is among 72 new fellows admitted to the 144-year old academy in recognition of their distinguished achievements and ongoing contributions to original research.

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May 01, 2007

Tom Record has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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Apr 27, 2007

Professor William Reznikoff (a.k.a. Bill and "Rez"), will be retiring from the university after 37 years of service with the Department of Biochemistry. His official retirement date is July 28. There will be a reception on May 16 at 3:30 in the Biochemistry Addition Atrium. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!

Photo of Cheryl Adams
Apr 02, 2007

Cheryl Adams is being honored with College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Classified Staff Recognition Award.

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Mar 30, 2007

UW-Madison's Biochemistry graduate program continues to rank in the top ten, according to the 2008 issue of America's Best Graduate Schools, published by U.S. News and World Report.

Photo of Perry Frey
Mar 29, 2007

Perry Frey, professor of biochemistry, is one of four UW-Madison faculty members to receive 2007 Hilldale Awards. The annual awards recognize excellence in teaching, research and service.

Photo of Laura Kiessling
Mar 26, 2007

By mimicking Nature's way of distinguishing one type of cell from another, University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists now report they can more effectively seek out and kill cancer cells while sparing healthy ones.

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Mar 16, 2007

Theresa Pillar is being honored with College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Classified Staff Recognition Award.

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Mar 16, 2007

Sam Butcher is the recipient of the UW-College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Pound Research Award.

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Mar 08, 2007

ACS Chemical Biology, edited by Laura Kiessling, has won the 2006 Award for Innovation in Journal Publishing from the Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers, The association is the national trade association of the U.S. book publishing industry, including more than 300 major commercial publishers, small publishers, non-profits, university presses and scholarly societies.

The journal was also the runner-up for the R.R. Hawkins Award for the Outstanding Professional, Reference or Scholarly Work of 2006

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Mar 08, 2007

The MIT Club of Wisconsin, a state association for alumni of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is recognizing a University of Wisconsin-Madison based spinoff company..

The club will recognize Quintessence Biopharmaceuticals of Madison, a company that grew out of the advances of UW-Madison chemistry and biochemistry professors Laura Kiessling and Ron Raines. Quintessence is an early-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on development of human therapeutics.

Photo of Rick Amasino
Mar 01, 2007

Six mid-career UW-Madison faculty have been recognized for their research accomplishments through conferral of Kellett Mid-Career Awards.

Congratulations Dr. Amasino

Photo of Bob Landick
Jan 23, 2007

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.

Photo of Matt Allen
Nov 01, 2006

Matt Allen from the Raines and Kiessling labs is one of the first 58 recipients of the new NIH Pathways to Independence award.

Photo of Judith Kimble
Nov 01, 2006

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).