Breathing Life into a Living Collection for Plant Research

Virtual Event

Ingrid Jordon-Thaden, Director of Botany Gardens and Greenhouses, UW–Madison This presentation will illustrate the wide variety of research topics that have been developing in our facility with our amazing living collection of plants. Our 8000 square feet of greenhouse space is home to 12 different habitats and can therefore provide growth conditions for plants all […]

Nature Photography

Virtual Event

Glenn Chambliss, Birdwatcher and Professor Emeritus of Bacteriology, UW–Madison People are endlessly fascinated by the natural world that surrounds us. Capturing on film the beauty, sense of freedom and a bit of the essence of inhabitants of that world are primary goals of my photography. Today, we explore various aspects of nature photography, from the […]

‘What’s up’ Up North: An Overview of Current Research at Trout Lake Station

Virtual Event

Gretchen Gerrish, Director of the Trout Lake Station, Center for Limnology, UW–Madison UW Trout Lake Station is in the Northwoods near Boulder Junction, WI and has hosted research on Wisconsin lakes and adjacent landscapes since 1925, with continuous monitoring of 7 regional lakes since 1981. The talk will provide an overview of current and upcoming […]