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Freshwater@UW Summer Research Scholars Program opportunities now open
November 2, 2022
Based on the success of a pilot program on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus last summer, 31 undergraduate Freshwater@UW Summer Research Scholars opportunities are open for appl...
Research survey aligns the Wisconsin Idea with water
August 25, 2022
Associate Professor of Geoscience Michael Cardiff and his research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are applying the Wisconsin Idea to groundwater issues.
New testing process helps water managers more precisely know radium levels in drinking water
July 11, 2022
Increased use of more precise testing methods for the low levels of naturally occurring radium in public drinking water supplies as they relate to public health compliance will offer better ...
Two new research projects about Wisconsin’s groundwater announced
July 6, 2022
A survey of rural views about water and a groundwater flooding research project are new for 2022.
Percolating pollution
May 19, 2022
A Wisconsin Water Resources Institute project is exploring how bacteria and other water contaminants flow through soil by applying a medical technology widely used for cancer imaging.
Decades of proceedings from annual water meetings now available
May 4, 2022
45 years of proceedings from annual conferences of the American Water Resources Association, Wisconsin Chapter, now online.
Annual Symposium Explores Water-Science-Humanities-People Connections
April 7, 2022
Sign up now for free, online water symposium happening on Friday, April 22, 2022.
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New undergraduate research program focused on water launched
March 22, 2022
March 29, 2022 The University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute (WRI) and its sister organization the Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program Tuesday received a $358,000 two-year grant f...
UW-Milwaukee researchers examine road salt’s year-round impact on Wisconsin rivers
February 15, 2022
Research led by geoscience professor Charles Paradis will help policy makers and others balance public safety with environmental health when it comes to road salting practices.