Cap Times: UW-Madison scientist’s study uses ice records to link Industrial Revolution, climate change

In Madison, there are more than 160 years of records on the freezing and thawing dates of lakes Monona and Mendota. But it was centuries of data on a lake in Japan and a river in Finland that helped a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor emeritus and a team of researchers show climate change trends since the Industrial Revolution.

LECTURE: Will Africa Feed China?

Will Africa Feed China? Deborah Bräutigam  Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of Political Economy, Director of the International Development Program, and Director of the China-Africa Research Initiative Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) …

A Conversation with Mayor Paul Soglin

Join Madison Mayor Paul Soglin for a discussion on the challenges and opportunities facing our city. Interact with the mayor and with your colleagues to understand these challenges and how cities and businesses can work …

Combat Blindness International

Dr. Andrew Bastawrous of PEEK Vision is returning to Wisconsin with the rest of the PEEK team to join CBI in speaking at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in April. This event will focus on our …

Politico: America’s summer threat: Zika Virus

If the mosquito-borne virus hits big, it could spur new acrimony over abortion, global warming and immigration.

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