Research team has article published in prestigious journal Biochemistry
Work completed by a research team that included U W-Eau Claire undergraduate students and several UW-Eau Claire chemistry faculty members was recently published in the prestigious journal Biochemistry. The research team, has been studying the structure and function of molecules that are produced by methane-eating bacteria, said Dr. Warren Gallagher, professor of chemistry. Read more.
Biology students receive grant to study rice paddies in Cambodia
Associate Instructor Deb Freund, and 5 UW-EC students are flying to Cambodia to get their hands dirty in the name of biological research thanks to a generous grant from the ASIA-Network. Follow their adventure as it unfolds over the next 5 weeks by reading their blog!
Senior scholarship recipient plans to practice rural medicine
Biology and American Indian studies major Jasmine Wiley to attend UW School of Medicine and Public Health.Full Story
Physics program ranks high in American Institute of Physics study
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduates more students with bachelor's degrees in physics than most other similar colleges in the country,
according to a recent American Institute of Physics study.Full Story
Student's work published in prestigious science journal
Skye Doering, a senior chemistry and biology major, is the lead author of an article published in a prestigious science journal. Full story
UW-Eau Claire ranks sixth nationally in number of chemistry grads
Ranking in American Chemical Society analysis is higher than any other Wisconsin college or university.
Junior to intern at U.S. Department of Homeland Security this summer
A University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire junior will spend 10 weeks this summer doing research for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.Full story.
Want to know about "The Greening of the Blue and Gold"? Check out UW-Eau Claire's Sustainability Blog for all of the past and current happenings on campus.
STEM on Flickr
Video demonstrates some of the active learning for STEM majors at UW-Eau Claire.
Materials Science video
Learn about UW-Eau Claire students researching materials and using cutting edge technology, See video