Congrats to iBio Associate Scientist Changjiu Zhao for receiving a 2022 mid-career award from the Department of Letters and Sciences. Read more about the award winners here: https://ls.wisc.edu/faculty-staff/staff-awards.
Recent Paper by iBio’s Lee Lab Published in Nature Communications!
Great work by former postdoc David Stern and graduate students Juanita Diaz and Nathan Anderson for their recent publication in nature communications! Read more about their findings here
Holly Embke, Former Limnology Grad Student, Gives Her Take on the Future of Fishing in the Midwest Lakes
Join the Center for Limnology for a Summer Open House!
If you are interested in learning about the world-class research that takes place in the UW Center for Limnology, consider attending our summer open house! These events are free and open to the public.
iBio Emeritus Faculty Steve Carpenter Wins “Blue Water Prize”
The “Blue Water Prize” is awarded to individuals who continuously work to make the Earth more sustainable. The department’s Steve Carpenter has received this award after more than 40 years of research on lake ecosystems. …
iBio’s Valerie Buroker Chosen for Dean’s Prize
Valerie Buroker, Neurobiology and Psychology major, was selected by Eric M. Wilcots as one of the three winners of the 2022 Dean’s Prize! Congrats, Valerie!
iBio Students Accepted into Diversity in Conservation Internship Program!
Several iBio students have been accepted into the 2022 Diversity in Conservation Internship Program! This program will provide the students with meaningful experience and insight into the field of conservation, as well as enlighten them …
Explore Our Communities Smaller Water Bodies at “Pond Exploration Days” Hosted by iBio’s Wilkinson Lab!
The Wilkinson Lab will be at different ponds throughout Madison this summer to help community members learn more about the waters of their neighborhood and to launch a new community-based science initiative!
OnWisconsin Highlights the UW Zoological Museum’s Beetle Colony in Recent Article Titled “UW Mysteries, Secrets, and Hidden Places”
The beetle colony, lying six feet underneath Bascom Hill, was highlighted by OnWisconsin in their recent article featuring several secluded spots on UW campus that few students have ever seen.
iBio’s Jonathon Bryan Earns a 2022-2023 Wisconsin Idea Fellowship!
Congrats to Jonathon Bryan, a triple major in Molecular & Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Psychology, for earning a 2022-2023 Wisconsin Idea Fellowship!