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How is a UW-Eau Claire researcher seeking to improve working conditions for construction workers and miners?
New device readily measures harmful dust in the workplace.
Highlights from the event at Northwestern Mutual's Cream City Labs in Downtown Milwaukee on April 13, 2019.
UW-Platteville team takes second in the competition, while UW-Whitewater team takes third.
Twelve student teams from University of Wisconsin System schools are set to compete in the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament, presented by WiSys, Saturday, April 13 in downtown Milwaukee.
The UW-Whitewater graduate will deliver a keynote speech at the student competition, presented by WiSys, on Saturday, April 13.
With support from WiSys, Fang Yang, an electrical engineer at UW-Platteville and collaborator, Zhao Li, are developing solutions to use energy more efficiently with a comprehensive microgrid energy management system.
Feline aggression can cause many issues with a cat’s own wellbeing and anxiety, as well as inhibit an owner’s or practitioner’s ability to care for them. Cassie Van Hoof, a student of UW-Parkside, has created her own company titled Efoxen starring her proprietary, all-natural spray to calm feline anxiety, which serves as a safer substitute for the leading spray on the market.
Teams will have two designated days to design and build a prototype in late March and then will present their refined prototypes to a panel of judges on April 24.
Nine student teams from UW-Green Bay made eight-minute presentations with their creative solutions and were evaluated by a panel of judges.
UW Oshkosh, UW-Parkside and UW-Platteville faculty and academic staff have a new resource for their research.