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Some moms quit cigarettes, marijuana, alcohol during pregnancy, but dads don't

...t mothers will resume smoking or drinking after their child is born. Bailey and Hill are affiliated with the Social Development Research Group in the uws School of Social Work. The months after childbirth are critical for intervening with mothers, said Bailey, who is a UW research scientist. For exa...

International study strengthens case for daily calcium pill

...s and enjoy a better quality of life. The meta-analysis of over 63,000 people taking calcium or calcium and vitamin D supplements, conducted by the uws Centre for Complementary Medicine Research (CompleMED), has been published this week in the prestigious international medical journal, The Lancet. ...

The Most Natural Thing in the World

...ence organised by UWS, La Trobe and Deakin Universities. It's being held at uws this Friday and Saturday, 23-24 June. Experts from around Australia w... lawyers. Conference co-convenor, Dr Alphia Possamai-Inesedy from the uws Social Justice Social Change Research Centre, says Australia is going the w...
UWs in Biological Technology

Japanese institute will develop for UWs Croquet platform

Madison, Wis. The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) of Japan has signed a $200,000 contract with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to develop new educational uses for Croquet , an open-source operating system that UW-Madison made available to developers in...

Flawed Routers Flood UW Server

...h the University of Wisconsin, on August 21 at a meeting of the Madison Area Systems Administrators Guild (Mad- SAGE) as well as on a posting on the uws Computer Science web site at http://www.cs.wisc.edu/%7Eplonka/netgear-sntp The document includes the public disclosure of these products serious des...

Technology Helps Our Economy to Survive and Grow

...of Corporate Relations , which opened July 1, 2003. The Office of Corporate Relations (www.corprelations.wisc.edu) was created consistent with the uws strategic plan, and puts in place a model to drive Wisconsins economy and benefits everyone involved. Charles Hoslet, Managing Director, leads this in...

Router Failure and Software Crash UW-Madison Network

..., faculty and staff wondering just what exactly was wrong with their e-mail. The Division of Information Technology , which monitors and sustains the uws networks, experienced a system-wide crash last Friday that left thousands of people without e-mail or Internet access. According to Brian Rust, sp...

University of Wisconsin enriches course web sites with streaming media

...ulting and free hosting for media that UW instructors use in their courses. Our goal is to make it easy for people to get started, said Peter Mann, uws streaming media services manager. If you come to us with some analog or digital media, for example, we can encode it, put it on a server and provide a...

UW biotech program launches graduates into evolving industry (part 1)

...rug compounds, and right away I understood what they were talking about, as we had discussed these tests in class the week before." For Bragin, the uws M.S. in Biotechnology Program has paved his path to the future. Erik Dersch, Class of 2004 As a Laboratory Technician working at the Monsanto ...
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