University of Wisconsin

NOUN
  1. a university in Madison, Wisconsin
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  • Building on that research, graduate student David Havas of the University of Wisconsin-Madison decided to study people who had received Botox treatments that paralyzed one pair of their corrugator muscles, which cause the forehead to constrict into a frown. Hello Botox, Bye-Bye Sadness—But Not for the Reasons You Think
  • The price support is meagre and awkwardly designed, according to Bob Cropp, an economist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • To pin down when the megafauna vanished, paleoecologist Jacquelyn Gill of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her colleagues analyzed fossil dung, pollen and charcoal from ancient lake sediments in Indiana. Scientific American
  • Also in 2004, her infamous epistolary vampire novel, The Letters of Mina Harker, was reprinted by the University of Wisconsin Press.
  • He joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as an assistant professor in 1968, with joint appointments in the Departments of Veterinary Science and of Wildlife Ecology, developing research and graduate training programs in epizootiology of infectious diseases of wildlife and domestic animals in Wisconsin and Latin America. Contributor: Thomas Yuill
  • Today Lerner - emerita professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison - is generally credited with founding the field of women's history.
  • Thor & More is self-published by the author's widow, Christine Reed, who is donating proceeds from the book to a college scholarship fund in her husband's name at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. A Good Read with Reed
  • A sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was seriously injured in a criterium race Saturday May 7.
  • They're going to be making subsistence wages, but they're doing something very gratifying until the job market improves," University of Wisconsin career counselor Randy Wallar said.
  • The highly anticipated event has been described as a fact-finding session that will focus on understanding how the bird flu studies done at Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands and at the University of Wisconsin were performed and overseen by the relevant authorities. News
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