Monthly Archives: February 2016




What will happen once the gusher of carbon dioxide pollution finally ceases? Don’t assume climate and sea level will quickly return to those safe, familiar 20th-century conditions, warns Shaun Marcott, an assistant professor of geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In Nature Climate Change, Marcott and co-authors used data from […]

Global change: The ultra-long view



closeup of human papilloma virus
There may not yet be a cure for cancer, but for some human cancers, one thing comes pretty close: the HPV vaccine. That’s why, last week, the 69 National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers, including UW-Madison’s Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC), issued a statement urging increased uptake of the three-dose vaccination. This […]

Preventing cancer in just three shots