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Advanced imaging reveals how a parasitic ‘kiss’ alters cell metabolism

Advanced imaging reveals how a parasitic ‘kiss’ alters cell metabolism

Morgridge researchers harness the power of optical metabolic imaging to study how the parasite Toxoplasma changes host cell metabolism over the course of infection.

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UW, Morgridge welcome new Rita Allen Civic Science Fellows

UW, Morgridge welcome new Rita Allen Civic Science Fellows

The Morgridge Science Communication Incubator Lab and the UW–Madison Life Sciences Communication Department welcome two new Civic Science Fellows supported by the Rita Allen Foundation.

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New Morgridge investigator explores complex link between viruses, cancer

New Morgridge investigator explores complex link between viruses, cancer

Viruses are responsible for nearly one in every five cases of human cancer. New Morgridge Investigator Megan Spurgeon is on the front lines of understanding the inner workings of this public health threat.

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Grad student contemplates open-source conflicts with new AI software

Grad student contemplates open-source conflicts with new AI software

Bryce Johnson, a graduate student in the Gitter Lab at Morgridge, published an opinion piece in Undark commenting on open-source conflicts with Google DeepMind's AI software AlphaFold 3.

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