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How COVID-19 shaped the evolution of a collaborative manuscript writing tool

The COVID-19 pandemic and our tech-driven world have highlighted the need for accessibility of research and efficiency of science publishing. Manubot is one tool that could change the game.

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Unleash your curiosity at the 12th annual Wisconsin Science Festival!

Unleash your curiosity at the 12th annual Wisconsin Science Festival!

From glass blowing to space exploration, the Wisconsin Science Festival, held October 10-16, will feature over 300 in-person and virtual events throughout the state.

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Training the next generation of science leaders at Morgridge

Training the next generation of science leaders at Morgridge

Scientific training is much more than learning experimental methods or interpreting data. Trainees much practice management, leadership, collaboration, and communication skills to be successful and the Morgridge Institute is committed to fostering growth of “whole scientists" who are prepared to lead.

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Stem cell research uncovers clues to unique evolution in planarian reproduction

Stem cell research uncovers clues to unique evolution in planarian reproduction

A new stem cell study describes genetic factors that support the development of germ cells and yolk cells in the reproductive organs of planarian flatworms.

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