Kim Huggler, who believes science is about creativity, reveals biological processes using an innovative cell culture media.
Researchers used Cryo-EM to precisely detail how bacterial proteins act like emergency first responders, repairing broken DNA on the fly.
The Hoskins and Hull Labs will be joining forces in the fight against life-threatening fungal infections common among leukemia and lymphoma patients thanks to funding from the Badger Challenge Award.
Nithesh Chandrasekharan has been named one of the first recipients of the B.R. DasGupta Graduate Award.
The Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB) announced its 2022 awards that celebrate teaching and mentoring.
This month, the RNA Society profiled biochemistry associate professor Aaron Hoskins.
Several current and former student researchers from the UW–Madison Department of Biochemistry have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards. Congratulations!
When I entered Assistant Professor Vatsan Raman’s office to talk about his group’s latest research study, I didn’t expect that our conversation about proteins would turn toward Rube Goldberg machines. Biochemists like Raman study how nature functions at molecular and sub-molecular scales and in doing so observe a myriad of biological phenomena. One such phenomenon, …
The Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB) – the joint graduate program of the Department of Biochemistry and the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry – is pleased to welcome its newest cohort of graduate students. As all recruiting activities were held virtually due to the pandemic, incoming students and faculty alike seem particularly excited to meet one …
The Department of Biochemistry is pleased to announce recipients of its 2021 undergraduate and graduate student departmental awards and fellowships. The department celebrates the work and talent of its students, and these awards and fellowships are made possible by generous gifts to Biochemistry to fund research conducted by notably outstanding graduate and undergraduate students. “These …