An instructor at the technical college saw opportunities at a UW–Madison biotechnology research center for her students to learn lab skills and get ready for attending a four-year college.
UW-Madison researchers have received a $3.42 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a mobile phone-based app to prevent opioid relapse among those trying to recover.
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