As the partial federal government shutdown enters its fourth week — on January 12 becoming the longest in U.S. history — scientists are increasingly feeling the impact. Thousands of federal workers who handle food safety …
Month: February 2019
Hibernating Squirrels and the Government Shutdown
In my lab and many others, even a temporary loss of funding puts time-sensitive research is in peril
UW-Madison researchers dodged fallout from the shutdown but some worry about what’s next
The partial shutdown of the federal government is over — sort of — but angst continues at research labs across the country that rely on federal funding.
Furry and cute, hibernating ground squirrels may hold a key to medical care, UW researcher thinks
A ubiquitous rodent found across Wisconsin may hold the key to understanding how to treat gravely wounded soldiers on the battlefield, patients suffering from a massive infection or someone having a heart attack.